Best Bamboo Yarn


Have you ever tried bamboo yarn? We have compiled a list of the best bamboo yarn. But first a little information about this: Bamboo is a renewable resource which can be harvested without damaging the environment. This makes it a fantastic resources for yarn for those eco-conscious yarn and knitting enthusiasts. Bamboo fabric is also naturally anti-bacterial, soft and silky, breathable, and strong and flexible. This makes it a great yarn for your project that you want to add a luxurious feel to, as bamboo yarn will certainly do the job.

We have reviewed the top bamboo yarns and here our are picks of where to buy the best bamboo yarn:

Top Pick: JubileeYarn Bamboo Cotton Chunky Yarn – Dreamy Blush – 2 Skeins

We really love JubileeYarn’s Bamboo Cotton Yarn blend for our projects. It’s a nice chunky yarn that’s perfect when you want to add a luxurious feel to your crafts. We like them for heavy duty project like rugs, blankets, sweaters, even scarves and hats. They have a variety of fun colors to choose from which is always a good thing!

Honorable Mention: Mangocore 500g 10Pcs Soft Smooth Natural Bamboo Cotton Hand Knitting Yarn Baby Cotton Yarn Knitted By 2.25mm Needles (mix white /purple / yellow)

Another yarn we really like is the Mangocore 500g yarn. This yarn is 70% bamboo and 30% cotton. We really like this yarn but the only drawback is it is a very fine yarn for select projects. They also don’t have too many color options, but the colors they do have look nice!

Honorable Mention: Patons Silk Bamboo Yarn – Sea

Patons Silk Bamboo Yarn is another one of our favorites. It is a very soft and workable yarn. If you’re a new knitter it may be tough to work with a soft and silky yarn like this one, but if you want that soft and silky feeling in your projects you might consider giving it a try. It is a very beautiful yarn and they do have a pretty decent variety of colors to choose from for those that are specific on colors they want to work with.

We really do recommend you give bamboo yarn a try if you never have used it. Bamboo yarn is cheap in terms of price compared to other blends, and it feels luxurious too. If you know of any other good brands of bamboo yarn be sure to let us know and we will see if it makes the list!