Whimsyboo makes premium baby linens from organic bamboo velour. At first sight and touch bamboo velour is lustrous and extremely soft, perfect for a baby’s delicate skin. But the beauty of bamboo velour for baby products goes beyond that. This material is extremely absorbent, washes beautifully, and is more durable than cotton or polyester blends. Bamboo velour is a unique fabric that is perfect baby linens: soft and strong and better wash after wash. You won’t want anything else touching your baby’s perfect skin.
Designed for newborn up to 1 year of age, these towels are simple, soft and just the right size for a newest little ones. They have a heart-shaped bum spot, where the baby is meant to be placed once in your lap out of the tub, an extra layer of absorbent material to soak up the drips. Coordinating heart-shaped hood topper for added cuteness.
To dry your baby beyond one year, we have the generously sized toddler towel with extra-deep hood. Be prepared to get years of use out this this towel, and probably pass it on to a younger sibling.
Perfect for bottle feedings or first tastes of mushy solids, these bibs are sized perfectly for 0-12 months. Thick, absorbent bamboo velour keeps the liquids away from your baby’s tender skin.
The Holy Grail of bibs our toddler bib can handle whatever your meal time adventures can dish out. Generously-sized with extra coverage over the shoulders for those inevitable head turns. These bibs are so soft and absorbent they can even be used to wipe tender cheeks when dinner is over. No rubbery scratchy plastic bibs for our babies!
Bamboo is a very special crop and in the future may replace cotton as the fabric of choice for clothes and linens. It can grow almost anywhere, turning fallow land in remote locations into bustling productive farm land (cite). It’s also an extremely robust crop that has natural antibacterial properties and can be grown using (30%) (far) fewer pesticides compared with cotton. It’s hard to imagine turning a tough reed-like plant into this plush luminous fabric but making bamboo velour actually requires less processing than turning raw cotton into fabric. It can even be done in a closed system, meaning the very minimal impact on the environment.