Why Bamboo Yarn

BambooColorsWhat is the most important factor for you when you are choosing the perfect yarn for your next project? The first thing I look for is fiber content. If you are whipping up a winter beanie, you want to choose a warm wool or alpaca. For a gorgeous crochet lace, I love the shine and drape of bamboo.

Bamboo yarn is created from the pulp of bamboo grass. It is wonderfully sustainable, more sustainable than many other options, which means we will have this beautiful fabric for more projects. Yes! Bamboo is also a great option for wicking and has antibacterial, antifungal, and odor resistant qualities through multiple washings, thanks to an antimicrobial bio-agent that is naturally found in the fiber. And because the bamboo fibers are quite long, the yarn won’t pill.

So when you are choosing your next lace crochet project, be sure to check out the bamboo yarn.

Kristin Omdahl’s Be So Fine is a great fingering-weight choice. This yarn is missed, twisted, and hand dyed in the United States, and the colors are inspired by tropical flowers and the sea. Which brings me to my second important factor when choosing the right yarn—color.

I love crochet accessories that add a pop of color to my wardrobe. Million Dollar Red is perfect! Wait, maybe Caribbean Turquoise? But there are so many colors of Be So Fine to choose from. Seventeen in total!

Pick your favorite color and you will receive a mammoth 650 yarn skein, 5 free eBook downloads with 35 patterns designed by Kristin Omdahl using Be So Fine Yarn, a silver mesh storage bag, and a pod of Wrapture no-rinse wash that will make your final project even softer and more incredible.

Order your Be So Fine Kit today!

Best wishes,

P.S. Share your favorite yarn fiber in the comments.

Kristin Omdahl Be So Fine Yarn

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