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[Knitting] Opinions on bamboo yarn

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Post time: 2015-11-3 07:37
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I've never used it before, am looking for opinions before I buy...

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Post time: 2018-12-9 23:35
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Bamboo fine from Alize is very nice
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Post time: 2015-11-4 01:27
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Sorry, I only used wading bamboo and it is fantastic for patchwork. Good luck.

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Thanks for responding...what is wading bamboo?  Post time 2015-11-7 01:59
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Post time: 2016-1-14 14:20
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Recently I buyed some balls, and I recommend it. It's super soft and it's easy to work.
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Post time: 2018-10-20 05:12
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good luck!
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Post time: 2018-12-6 09:50
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I love bamboo yarn. It has beautiful shine and drape but no stretch. It is also available very cheap in lots of lovely colours and is machine washable.
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Post time: 2018-12-10 02:29
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Thank you very much!
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Post time: 2019-1-26 03:49
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I used %50 bamboo and %50 cotton yarn in one of my project, it feels like silky whe crockheting and it's more shiny than pure cotton. I recomend you to use without hesitation.
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Post time: 2019-2-1 06:03
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can you share your experiences?
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Post time: 2019-2-7 05:57
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I recently did up a pair of socks in a bamboo sock yarn.  For socks I've found that the bamboo has not kept it's shape as well as wool, but so far, other than that, they are wearing well.  They are warm on my feet though and comfortable.  They also feel softer on my feet than the wool socks I've knit so far.  The yarn I used was manufactured over 10 years ago, so I'm sure manufacturers have improved their blends and processes since mine was made.  I'm finally working on getting my stash down so my experience might not match up with a newer yarn.
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