Banana Fiber Bonanza Giveaway

Darn Good Yarn

Try Banana Fiber Yarn by Darn Good Yarn. This is a random draw.

Want to try a new yarn? This yarn is called Banana Fiber Yarn! Yes… it’s made of Banana.

To get more details on how to try this exotic yarn, see my giveaway at Banana Fiber Bonanza Giveaway.

Thanks to for sponsoring this giveaway for our audience.

What do you think of this type of yarn? Leave me your comments below.


About Mikey, The Crochet Crowd

I am Mikey, owner of The Crochet Crowd Blog. I'm a 'hooker' at heart with the passion to crochet. I am from Ontario Canada and teach how to crochet online through YouTube Video Tutorials. From a simple idea and being at the right place and time in my life back in 2008, the concept of The Crochet Crowd was developed. I'm here to hook and share. Come follow my crochet journey and share yours with comments here and you are most welcome to share your creativity within our Facebook page.
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15 Responses to Banana Fiber Bonanza Giveaway

  1. Elayne Epperson says:

    I bought some of this yarn and its actually made from the banana tree not the fruit and it feels really weird, its not soft or easy to work with, I finally made necklaces from it that’s all I could think of to make, very bright colors though and there was a big misunderstanding on my part about how much I bought I thought the advertisement was not clear at all from Darn Good Yarn. It is pretty but has lots of knots in it.

  2. Amy Yampanis says:

    One of my friends owns a small business where she started up a fair trade coop in Nepal, and hand spun banana ‘Silk’ yarn is one of the types of yarn they make. I have been blessed to get to work with it. It feels like a wonderful cross between silk and cotton.

  3. Pattie Fulton says:

    always ready to try something new!

  4. Vickie says:

    If I use it in a rug, will it make me slip and fall?

    • Amy Yampanis says:

      I have used banana Silk yarn (it is actually made from fibers of the parts of the tree bark that the banana trees shed. It is a lot like a cross between silk and cotton or linen. It should work really well for rugs.

  5. Hmmm, is it good as the banana? I love bananas so this yarn will well used on making a banana pillow.

  6. I have never tried this type of yarn and would love the chance, I have tried many types, but not the banana fiber yarn.

  7. mawmom says:

    That yarn is beautiful! I love that the company helps women in bad situations.

  8. Anne crofts says:

    The colours look yummy… i tried to eat a light blue crayon in grade one, because i loved the colour so much… it tasted gross, so i stuck to colouring with it… i promise not to eat the yarn…lol

  9. Cathy says:

    Sounds interesting. Will it pass the scratch n sniff test?:)

  10. Mandi says:

    This looks really cool. My (then) 6-year-old once pulled the strings out of celery and said that we could crochet it. He is his mother’s son! I never thought of trying banana. 🙂

  11. Would love to try..maybe entering contest on my Birthday will bring me luck….TY Mikey and Darn good

  12. Sandy says:

    like life, i love to try new things…and a few of them have led to a “never again” i love those bright colors!

  13. Carole Parry says:

    This could make some amazing projects. love the thought of it being made from bananas. I certainly hope I get the chance to try it out. It will be years before it reaches the southern tundra. LOL

  14. Lala Chappell says:

    I entered and hope to be the big winner! I once used a yarn that was sooo soft, it felt almost “sticky”… that’s what I’m thinking this probably feels like! I wanna win sooo bad!! Thanks for this opportunity Mikey!

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