Paradise Fibers Viscose Bamboo Top

Paradise Fibers Viscose Bamboo Top

9 reviews

Paradise Fibers

PFBT-T197-04

Viscose Bamboo has a very soft lustrous look and feel much like tencel and silk. At a fraction of the price you can enjoy a cellulose fiber that has similar properties to that of silk.

 Viscose bamboo is processed differently than Bast bamboo. The production process is similar to paper production.... Read More

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NV
05/22/2020
norie v.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Awesome customer service and quality fiber

Awesome customer service and quality fiber

SD
04/13/2020
Samantha D.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Very shiny

I've only spun a little sample so far, but I love how shiny and smooth it spins up.

SH
06/01/2019
Shelby H.
Beautiful!

Beautifully soft fiber! I can't wait to make some blends with this bamboo.

CG
06/07/2018
Cris G.
United States
Bamboo

Beautiful fiber, cold water dyes great finished fiber

CG
05/29/2018
Cris G.
United States
Bamboo

I love this fiber, with plant fiber dye I've cold water dyed white bamboo into beautiful colors. Streaks of color added to my Merino really adds a pop

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Viscose Bamboo has a very soft lustrous look and feel much like tencel and silk. At a fraction of the price you can enjoy a cellulose fiber that has similar properties to that of silk.

 Viscose bamboo is processed differently than Bast bamboo. The production process is similar to paper production. The bamboo is ground into a pulp and then extruded through a spinneret. The spinneret forms the pulp into long strands which harden into the fibers. We have definitely given you the simplified version here. This fiber takes dye brilliantly, has a staple length 2-4 inches and a micron count of 19. Suitable for spinning and knitting into garments or accessories or woven into fabrics and textiles.