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WHERE ARE YOUR SHEETS MADE? WHERE ARE YOUR TOWELS MADE? WHERE IS THE LACE MADE?
Red Land Cotton - Linens, Towels, & Sheets
Our sheets are crafted from cotton grown exclusively on our family farm in Moulton, Alabama. Our cotton is spun into yarn in Graniteville, South Carolina. The yarn is woven into fabric by Hamrick Mills in Gaffney, South Carolina. Our fabric is then either finished in Flintstone, Georgia, at Yates Bleachery or at Santee Printworks in Sumter, South Carolina. From there, our fabric is sent to different cut and sew facilities in the South. Our most prominent facility is located right off main street in our hometown.
Our towels are crafted from cotton grown on our family farm in Moulton, Alabama. Our cotton is spun into yarn and twisted in Graniteville, South Carolina. From there, the yarn is delivered to 1888 Mills in Griffin, Georgia, where our towels are woven, finished and cut and sewn into the finished product.
Our lace is made from American Cotton in New Jersey.
WHERE ARE YOUR SHEETS MADE?
WHERE ARE YOUR TOWELS MADE?
WHERE IS THE LACE MADE?