Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Nancy Clanton includes Cariloha’s bamboo fabrics and face mask in her article, “Tips for Continuing to Wear a Face Mask during Georgia’s Hot Months.” She mentions how bamboo fabrics are 40% more absorbent than ‘the finest organic cotton’ and can take in ‘three times more water than its weight.’ The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is […]
Cariloha Organic Bamboo Textiles Featured in Home Textiles Today
Cariloha Bamboo Courts New Retail Opportunities Retailer on path to expand home line, brand reach Organic bamboo home textiles and apparel manufacturer/retailer Cariloha is seeking new distribution. Cariloha is already on a well-paced retail expansion strategy that is adding 10 to 15 new stores per year. The company, which manufacturers all of its home goods […]
Can Bamboo really be made into a Soft, Eco-Friendly Fabric?
When I first learned about bamboo fabric, I couldn’t help but go back to the two years when I lived in Costa Rica where bamboo plants grew abundantly along the river beds in almost every small town and major city throughout the country. I never once thought of bamboo being converted into organic bamboo apparel […]
Study on Bamboo Blended Woven Fabric
A Study on Bamboo/Cotton & Bamboo/Polyester Blended Woven Fabric By Sheeba C, Mrs. P. Sasikala and Dr. K. Thangamani in Fibre2Fashion Abstract: The main aim of this research is to know about the resemblances and differences between natural, manmade and regenerated fabrics. This research is done by blending the two selected fibers, cotton and polyester […]