Proudly spun in the U.S.
The majority of our cotton is purchased in the U.S. It is then shipped in large bales to one of our yarn-spinning facilities. There, we lay bales down together and draw a thin layer of cotton from the top of each, extracting cotton fibres that are then blended in large air ducts and aligned. The fibres come together to form a carpet of cotton that is pulled into one large strand. The strand is then twisted into a tight sliver and ready to become yarn.
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Good to know
Approximately $500 million invested in the U.S.A to build or modernize yarn-spinning facilities.
In October 2019, we purchased a yarn-spinning facility in Eden, North Carolina.