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  • 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
  • Interview With Eric Bolling

    We were thrilled to travel to DC earlier this year and be on America with Eric Bolling. We shared our farm-to-home story, talked agriculture, trade deals and being American made. 

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  • 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
  • Red Land Cotton Visits The White House

    We quickly got the picture that this was not a high-end boutique but was, in fact, THE White House calling to see if we would be interested in representing Alabama in their 2nd Annual Made In America Showcase. How did we respond? "OF COURSE! ABSOLUTELY! WHEN & WHERE?" View Post
  • 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. This is the final process in turning fibers to useable cloth before it can be cut and sewn. We will attempt to explain the process below in the best pos... View Post
  • 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 was surreal seeing our cotton yarn transform into cloth. They let us snag a few pictures and we're dying to show you! * Disclaimer: We are in no way te... View Post
  • Quality Upland Cotton Fibers

    The best linens are made from the best fibers. There is a whole classing system for cotton fibers and we are pretty proud of how our 2015 crop measured up! Below are explanations of each classing category and how our quality cotton fibers ranked.  Red Land Cotton Fiber Strength - 31.... View Post
  • Spinning Red Land Cotton

    Last week we were able to make the trip over to South Carolina to watch our first production of Red Land Cotton be spun into yarn. The art of making textiles is one of the oldest traditions known to man, and although technology has come leaps and bounds over the years, the skill and precision ... View Post