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  • "Thread Count" - What You Need To Know

    We wanted to take a second to address a concern... or maybe it's just a question that needs answering! We hear this a lot, "Why such a low thread count?", and, "Why are your sheets better at 140 thread count than my 700 thread count sheets from the department store? Please explain". Well... here... View Post
  • Our Inspiration — Why a 1920s Bed Sheet?

    The substance of the yarn coupled with the open nature of the weave makes for a truly unique fabric that is soft and breathable but substantial. And we can't help but think if you starched it and let it hang to dry in the Summer sun, you would experience a night of sleep just as my Dad described from his childhood memories.  View Post
  • Why You'll Love Our Natural Fabric

    5 Reasons To Love Our Natural Fabric: 1. The Difference A Year Makes  Like a fine wine, our natural color is different every year depending on the amount of sun and water our crop gets! We always try to pick the brightest whites for our sheets and towels but sometimes our crops receive a little ... View Post
  • Why It's Important To Buy Textiles Made In The USA

    We could wax poetic about the importance of buying your bedding and bath towels "made in America", but we feel it's important to add some context around the "why". So we are going to go over why it's important to us and why we THINK it should be important to you, too! View Post
  • Our Inspiration — The Lawrence Ticking Stripe

    We took our time and looked for the perfect pattern that spoke to strength, longevity, and durability. View Post
  • Traditions Used To Be Something Handed Down

    A few weeks ago, we gave baby Katharine a tour of the family business. She was able to spend time at the store with me and tour the farm with her Grandfather, Mark. We believe in teaching the values of hard work, perseverance, and dedication at an early age — my daughter is no exception.    ... View Post
  • Madeline Gray - The Inspiration Behind Our Sheets

    Most of you won’t remember Decatur, Alabama in the 1920s or even know of the city today. But it’s in this North Alabama town where a significant part of Red Land Cotton’s story actually began. See, it was in the 1920s that Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Madeline Gray set up housekeeping in a home on Gra... View Post
  • The Seconds Sale at Red Land Cotton

    Seriously, this whole business of growing cotton and producing beautiful goods from those soft fibers permeates almost everything we do! We love it! As you can imagine, though, there are many steps between planting and picking the cotton to actually selling a finished product. So, of course, mist... View Post