Bambu 7 Cone Yarn

SKU: 8816-S865C

Brought to you through a partnership between Orchard® and Silk City Fibers!
Viscose-base yarn made exclusively from Bamboo plants. These yarns are extraordinarily soft and drapey. Knitters, Weavers, embroiderers and trimmers will find beautiful applications for these yarns.
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Yarn Weight
2 Fine / Sport
Length (yd)
2100 yards per pound
Weight (oz)
Weight (g)
Fiber Detail
100% Bamboo

Customer Reviews

Based on 27 reviews
Estefana Manrique
So light and soft!

It's a treat to work with this yarn! It feels so soft in my hands... it is going to be a flowy shawl with a nice drape and a shiny look, just as silk! I love this yarn...

Soft and light

I was worried about this yarn being difficult to work with based on some other reviews but I haven't had any issues with it as a relatively new crocheter. It's nice and soft and light - perfect for a hexagon shirt I'm using it for.

Love this!

I’m currently using this to make a table runner for my cousin and I LOVE it! It’s beautiful, very soft, and easy to work with. I’m excited to see the finished product!

My new go to!

I have been using this yarn to weave scarves on my 8 harness floor loom. It weaves up beautifully and leaves with a finished product with both wonderful drape and sheen. Everyone who I have gifted these to adore them. My two complaints are that this yarn has several knots per a cone and that it does have a tendency to split. However obviously those two things are minor as I have bought over 10 cones and plan to buy more. 100% recommend.

Wonderful yarn

Bambu 7 has a lovely drape, but as several comments mentioned, it is a splitty yarn. I am used to it as I’ve worked with combed cotton yarn before (patience is key!). It says sport weight, but it feels more like fingering weight as another commenter pointed out.


The color was far darker than what i was expecting and more of a brown than a dark green :( the material is very nice but the picture shows Kelp as a lot more green than what it actually is.

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