Bamboo French Terry Fabric
Super soft and extremely comfortable. Our french terry is perfect for loungewear, tees, infant and children's wear, layette, cloth diapers, wipes and so much more. Creamy natural color. Very nice quality, takes dye beautifully.
Sold by the yard. Quantity = number of yards
Note: French terry is NOT a loop terry like bath toweling. The right side of the fabric is smooth. The back side has small loops that lay flush with the fabric surface, giving a textured appearance. You see this fabric in the apparel market used for sweatpants and sweatshirts, hoodies, and so on. It is becoming increasingly popular for cloth diapers as a trim yet absorbent fabric.
- Oeko-tex Standard 100. This is the highest Oeko-Tek international standard, meant for infant items that touch the skin, and certifies that the fibers used in this fabric are free of all known harmful substances. Certified Lead-Free.
- 70% bamboo viscose 30% certified organic cotton.
- Generous 66 inches wide. Minimal shrinkage.
- 280 g/m2 | 20 oz per linear yard
Machine wash and dry like a cotton fabric.
How do I sew bamboo french terry?
- Use a universal or ball point needle
- There is slight stretch, so a walking foot is helpful.
- Shrinkage is minimal so prewashing is generally not necessary.
Our fabric is first quality and we are sure you will be pleased. Due to the fact that fabric yardage is cut to customer specification, it may be returned ONLY if uncut and unwashed, clean and free of odors, and subject to a 25% restocking fee.
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Posted by Edda on 13th Feb 2015
I use this fabric for the inserts and inner layer of my diapers. It is sooo soft. It is quite trim and absorbs well. I use two three layer inserts and one full body layer.
Great for diaper inserts
Posted by Jennifer on 30th Jun 2014
I use this fabric to make my cloth diaper inserts. I love it! It's both absorbent and thin. I make my inserts using two layers of the bamboo French terry, a stay-dry layer on top, and a fun flannel print on the bottom. We use two inserts at a time, and the total thickness is about the same as the disposable inserts we have for the daycare. Easy to sew, washes well, and doesn't take too long to dry.
Posted by Donna McCann on 2nd May 2014
LOVE LOVE LOVE this stuff!! Sewing up 2 layer flat folds with it. It is super absorbent, really soft and makes for a very trim diaper! Very easy to sew, no serger needed with this fabric. A walking foot is helpful, but you can get it done without one.
Posted by Jessica on 21st Oct 2013
Soft, absorbent and easy to sew both by serging or turn and topstitch. I like this material for the two layer trifold inserts I make for my pocket diapers. This works great for my two year old and she can go for about 2 hours with just one insert.
Very Soft and lovely
Posted by Paula Mangum on 15th Oct 2013
I have used a couple different products for my diaper soakers, but I LOVE this. It is soft and not incredibly stretchy - just perfect. It is very thin, so makes a nice trim diaper soaker. I will be using this for my soaker in addition to the hemp french terry for heavy wetters.
Perfect for wipes
Posted by Krista on 19th Sep 2013
This fabric makes the perfect re-usable baby wipes. I haven't started using mine yet, but I've used similar fabrics. With the textured side it works great with just water, and there's the smooth side to finish up. You just cut a bunch of squares in the size you want. You can add trim for looks, but it's quicker not to. As far as I know they don't fray.
Posted by Tricia on 19th Aug 2013
Great for inserts I used 5 layers for my heavy wetter. Still very trim.
Posted by Marge (Bahgah) on 13th Jun 2013
I've been sewing diapers for three grandbabies born in 8 months! Their mommies report that the absorbancy of these inserts is amazing.
Love this Fabric!
Posted by Jana Ross on 30th Apr 2013
This fabric is very, very soft and easy to work with. I've already had to order a second larger batch of this fabric to use as inserts for the diapers. We are sewing our inserts in 2 layer flats and then folding them into thirds when we insert them into the diaper. This way they are not as thick and get cleaner in the wash and dry faster than if we had sewn them down into thicker narrow inserts. Hope that made sense.
Posted by Unknown on 11th Apr 2013
My daughter is a heavy wetter an this fabric works great.
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