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As owners of the Bamboo Fabric Store Australia we are always delighted to hear from our customers and are continually amazed by the quality and diversity of the garments being made from our beautiful bamboo fabrics, here are just some of them.

Toadstools & Tails - 'Organic luxury for little people'

Sarah Bower is passionate about beautiful gifts that are unique with that extra special quality that bamboo fabric offers thereby benefiting our precious babies. Her beautiful Toadstools & Tails range includes blankets, comforters and burping cloths with other products in the pipeline. 'Everything is handmade and embroidered using a number of different fabrics from fleece and velour through to terry and flannel. Blankets feature our cute mouse design and all products feature our unique toadstool! Bamboo fabric is so luxuriousy soft and amazingly beneficial for the sensitive skin of our little ones, what more could you ask for!'




Tales of Bambi environmentally friendly underwear made in Australia!


Take your favourite knickers, combine Japanese vintage, lace and re-create in bamboo.  That’s exactly what Cindel Heperi of  Tales of Bambi has done to create what will soon be your favorite knickers too. Bamboo has so many great health advantages to the wearer and we give Cindel our vote for comfort, style and sustainability as well as for having the courage to cut up her favorite knickers to begin with! A men's line is soon to be released...

‘I truly hope you enjoy your underwear’



Hopeless Lingerie

Luxurious and oh so sexy, sleepwear and lingerie for women who love vintage styling and attention to detail. And what better fabric to wear against your skin than  gorgeously soft bamboo. Gabrielle Adamidis of Hopeless Lingerie makes all pieces to order with a lot of detail in the finishing and hand sewing. You can see her range at



Lilia Yip

is a Singaporean fashion designer musician based in the UK. Lilia finds that balancing sustainable and ethical issues in her practice with aesthetic vision is always a challenge but one that often presents many pleasant surprises. ‘Beauty is a universal phenomena; I try to be honest about what I feel.’  Pictured, Bamboo Woven (WF001) dress, currently on display at London's Victoria & Albert Museum, till January 2010, as part of their Future Fashion Now exhibition.