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Red Land Cotton launches 100% cotton heirloom linens

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US-based Red Land Cotton has collaborated with Cotton Incorporated to launch new lines of 100 per cent made in America cotton heirloom inspired linens. Cotton Incorporated, funded by US growers of upland cotton and importers of cotton and cotton textile products, is the research and marketing company representing upland cotton.

‘Red Land Classic’ and ‘Madeline Gray’ are the two introductory lines the Red Land Cotton has decided to launch. Both the variants will be available in bleached and non-bleached options. “Red Land Cotton is the only home textiles brand that actually grows the cotton that goes into their products. Within cotton textiles, it is unique to see a farm business expand to include finished goods,” said Marcy Gang, Executive Account Manager at Cotton Incorporated.

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Grown in Northern Alabama and made in the US, Red Land Cotton creates 100 per cent cotton bed sheets as well as other home offerings. The company’s linens are offered in a natural and an antique candle-light colour option. Each piece of our cotton bed sheets and other home offerings have subtle variations that are characteristic of the fibres from which it was woven.

 

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