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  • Behind The Seams — Making The Red Land Cotton Duvet Cover

    Go behind the seams as we show you the process of making our duvet covers by hand! Co-Owner of Southern Sewn, Kim Hensley, walks us through the process step-by-step.  View Post
  • Behind The Seams — Harvesting & Ginning Red Land Cotton

    Ever wondered what it looks like to go from farm to fabric? Well, there are a lot of steps in between.  Our process starts at the ground level. So every fall, we harvest acres upon acres of the beautiful upland cotton we know and love. From there, we take the round modules of cotton weighing appr... View Post
  • Our 2018 American Made Gift Guide

    I'm super excited to share this year's Holiday Gift Guide with you all! This year, my focus was really on food (Ha!) and baby items! That probably tells you a lot about where I am in my life right now! View Post
  • Tis the Season... For Tea Towels!

    Red Land Cotton's tea and dish towels are the perfect compliment to this busy season of Halloween parties, football barbecues, Thanksgiving dinners and Christmas celebrations. We have one for every person on your list from the aunt who always hosts the family to the crazy co-worker to the hardworking teacher. We've got you covered...with lots of Southern charm.

     

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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
  • 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
  • Behind the Seams - Mark and Joe Yeager Talk Fall Plans for the Farm

    My meeting with Mark and Joe Yeager was supposed to be about their Fall plans for Red Land Farms. You know, questions like, what are you working on now? When will you begin picking cotton? But, I quickly found myself asking these two brothers more. I realized these guys answered my farm questions... View Post