Soft bamboo stripy Tiljamid onepiece in happy colours of dark yellow and hot pink, excellent for playing. Captured in a photoshoot by the Norwegian magazine Bo & Barn. The boy is dressed in what I believe is wool knits from Nostebarn.
© Tiljamid for Barn og Bo
Bamboo, the tallest member of the grass family, is the world’s fastest growing plant.
Bamboo fabric, a 20th century development from China, is a natural textile made from the pulp of the bamboo grass. Bamboo fabric has been growing in popularity because of its unique properties (breathable and absorbent) and is more sustainable than most textile fibres. Bamboo fibre resembles cotton in its unspun form. Some companies use bleaching processes to turn the bamboo fibre white, whereas organic bamboo fabric is unbleached.
Bamboo fabric is very soft and can be worn directly next to the skin, perfect for people with allergies and sensitive skin.