Originally made from the pulp of bamboo grass, bamboo fabric has caught the attention of designers.
Here are some of the benefits of using bamboo fabric as compared to other types of fabric.
During the 1990's, before saving our world became a mainstream concern,
what we consumed and used to create products, foods, and apparel with were unimportant.
But among all other crazes that have emerged in the 21st century,
'going green' has taken the front seat in almost every industry.
Even the fashion industry which is obviously known for its concern in creating style and setting new trends
has incorporated ways to be more environmentally friendly.
With the growing popularity of a new fabric made of bamboo,
designers have slowly begun to use bamboo fabric in many of their upcoming collections.
Historically in Asia, bamboo was used for the hand-made production of paper.
But thanks to modern manufacturing, bamboo pulp is now capable of creating bamboo fibre which can be used to make yarn and fabric.
Bamboo fabric is a natural textile made from the pulp of the bamboo grass,
the bamboo fibre is then made by pulping the bamboo grass until it separates into thin threads of fibre, which is then spun and dyed for weaving into cloth