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Inspiration & Updates — Part 2

Inspiration & Updates — Part 2

So much has been going on at Red Land Cotton and we wanted to update you all! We're talking about our new ticking stripe and basics offerings as we...
How It's Grown — Part 8

How It's Grown — Part 8

We're discussing some floral facts about the cotton plant today before a storm rolls in. Right now the plant is fruiting: the beautiful and transfo...
How It's Grown — Part 6

How It's Grown — Part 6

Hanging Out In The Seed House We're taking y'all back to the farm and into the cotton seed storage area. The seed house is attached to the gin a...
How It's Grown — Part 5

How It's Grown — Part 5

We're Talking Trash (Kinda) I'm sure none of us really stop to think about the effects of trash in a cotton field. The cotton plant attracts and...
Finishing Red Land Cotton

Finishing Red Land Cotton

We're Almost At The Finish Line! (No Pun Intended) Yesterday, we were able to watch as our cloth ran through part of the "finishing" process. Th...
How It's Grown — Part 4

How It's Grown — Part 4

We're back out in the field with Dwain Reed talking about insect management for our cotton plants. Dwain has been checking our cotton for insects...
Our Inspiration and Updates

Our Inspiration and Updates

Time to put a face with a name. Get to know Anna, her dog Cotton and a little more about Red Land Cotton. We're talking about the inspiration beh...
Weaving Red Land Cotton

Weaving Red Land Cotton

Last week we were able to travel up to Gaffney, South Carolina and get a glimpse of our Red Land Cotton fabric being woven on the loom. It wa...
How It's Grown — Part 2

How It's Grown — Part 2

We're back in the fields and giving our customer a glimpse into the growing process. Our Red Land Cotton is now about waist high and blooming. Cl...
How It's Grown — Part 1

How It's Grown — Part 1

Welcome to what we hope to be the first of many videos chronicling our process from our farm to your home. We hope you will follow along as we ta...
Coming Back to Cotton

Coming Back to Cotton

We believe it's important to be transparent. You as a consumer/friend deserve to know who is growing the crops that provide the cotton you slee...
Expanding the Conversation — Polyester

Expanding the Conversation — Polyester

there is a large and important conversation happening among consumers today. We are starting to ask questions about where our produc...