Bamboo Process

Boody Bamboo Process

The story begins with the bamboo. Made using organic toxin-free bamboo plants, the original bamboo Boody Eco Wear uses is sustainable and requires much less water than cotton plants. Even our box is recycled and printed with vegetable-based ink! Here is our process:

How do they make fabric for clothing out of bamboo wood
Boody is Organically Grown Bamboo

1.  GROW

The original bamboo is grown without fertilizers or pesticides and no irrigation, only rain water.

Boody Bamboo Harvest


First, the green shoots are cut into chunks of raw bamboo.

Boody is Organically Grown Bamboo


Next, the bamboo is soaked in a solution to soften it. The system is closed loop - all liquid is recycled and all solvents are captured and removed to ensure that they are entirely contained and do not enter waterways.

Boody Dry Bamboo Fiber


The dehydration process allows us to extract the bamboo pulp that is then dried into flat sheets.

Boody Raw Milled Fiber


When the bamboo sheets are completely dry, they are ground into a soft, feathery material.

Boody Organic Bamboo Yarn

6. SEW

The soft, feathery material is then extruded and spun into a viscose yarn that we use to knit our garments. The garments are knitted in tubes resulting in very little fabric wastage compared to traditional cut and sew garment manufacturing which wastes up to 20% more fabric (excludes our t-shirts and baby garments which are cut and sew).

Boody Bamboo Shaper Bra


The end result is a naturally luxurious fabric that's silky soft and feels fabulous to wear.