This listing is for yardage that we are offering in this print, and has options to add elastic to get the most garments from your fabric. All of our bamboo kits, including kits for adults, are available in this print, find those listings here. For our Fresh Collective Bamboo Kits, go here. Our collection of Bamboo Prints can be found here. Find our patterns here!
It seems like you see Camo everywhere these days -- it's kind of a new neutral. I see it on little boys, who are dreaming of conquering the world. I see it on women who want to take advantage of its coolness factor. I see it on men who think its manly. I even see it from time to time on little girls, who are trying to identify with their dads. It's the kind of thing you can make a whole family matching set from, and everyone will be happy. Our matching colors for elastics or other garments are Midnight, Bark, Woods, Dusty Sage and Moss- and since we know that camo looks great with pink- Bubble Gum and Garnet! Our garment was made with the Ragamuffin Patterns Based Mens Undies pattern. This pattern works better for men than for boys.
You have some choices when you're putting together undergarments for your wee ones. A great way to extend your fabric usage is to use elastic to finish your garments rather than self fabric bands. With careful cutting and smart use of elastic, we've gotten 2 full undie/ short cami sets for a 9 year old plus a pair of undies for her little sister out of a half yard of fabric (with 3 yds FFO, 1 yd Crochet Elastic and 3/4 y Wide Plush), and 3 pairs of boys' briefs size 12 with a non-working fly and a pair of undies for the little sister out of another half yard (with three cuts of 3/4 yard Wide Plush and 2 yards of FOE). Leave us a note if you order more than one piece of Bamboo and we'll combine your yardage- this is one way to pick more colors of elastic! Our bamboo fabric is amazingly soft, completely breathable, holds up wash after wash and can withstand a fair amount of unpicking without making holes or other unfortunate accidents. Even our older kids choose their bamboo first when it's time to dress or pack for a trip -- this fabric is sooo comfortable! Even the sweaty teen athlete prefers bamboo undies above the all others!
We've got some basic tables for your reference. This chart assumes that you will use elastic instead of bands or binding.
Main Fabric Amount
|Elastic per garment||Number of Garments|
|Toddler Training Pants||F1/4||1 1/2 yd||2|
|Girls 12M-10||F1/4||2 yds||2|
|Boys Briefs 12M-10||F 3/8||
|Children's Boxer-Briefs 12M-10||F1/4||3/4 yard waist||1-2|
Lots of little ones love to match their siblings and parents. Our bamboo lycra jersey is a great choice for structured bra cups when paired with a stable cup fabric like sheer cup lining, and you can jazz up your bra by covering the band with the same or a coordinating print. It also works well for a T-shirt bra. You can make a matching bra or bralette and panty set, and the 4-way stretch of the lycra jersey makes it very comfortable. Bamboo jersey is also a natural for men's briefs and boxer briefs. Every man that I have heard of loves his bamboo jersey underwear! You can find these kits in the links below. Select "Other" if your print isn't an option, and write in your choice along with accent color.
This fabric is opaque and provides great coverage. There is an 85% stretch in the fabric in both dimensions. It is light and bouncy and it doesn't ravel.
Bamboo jersey prints, like all our fabrics, are sold by the half-yard, and average 60" wide.