• 5 Steps To Creating The Farmhouse Look

    Get an effortless "farmhouse" look in your bedroom with these 5 simple steps! Step 1: Start With The Sheets This is where we create the foundation! Go with a neutral like our Bankhead Basic Sheet Set in natural if you plan on using a patterned duvet cover or quilt like our Lawrence Ticking Strip... 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 Best Gifts For Dad

    We know Dad deserves only the best! Why not give him America's best? From our quilts to our sheets, we're sure you'll find the perfect gift to keep him comfy and cozy! The Red Land Classic Sheet Set Let's start with our #1 best seller from the beginning. The intricate stitching sets this set apar... View Post
  • Styling Our Baby Bedding

    Providing the bedding you lay your child on is a responsibility I do not take lightly. It was so important to me that I make a collection that was timeless and classic but also soft and safe. View Post
  • From Scrap Fabric To Works Of Art

    See how one Alabama artist used our fabric remnants to create beautiful works of art.  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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