We all know Southerners appreciate good, quality products – especially when they are artfully made and manufactured below the Mason-Dixon. That’s exactly the kind of bed sheets and linens that the entrepreneurs at Red Land Cotton are proud to create. The name comes from the red dirt in northern Alabama where the cotton is grown. Mark Yeager and Anna Brakefield, a father-daughter duo, started the business together with hopes of focusing on a strong work ethic and sustainable growth. Yeager has grown cotton since the early 1980s, and he has always had a dream and ambition to convert the raw cotton into a textile for daily use. After partnering with vendors in the southeastern United States that are still producing fabric, Red Land Cotton shipped its first bed sheets in October of 2016. Since then, the family-owned business has experience a steady growth and expansion. They have even partnered with 1888 Mills to create a luxurious line of bath towels. What’s the end goal for Red Land Cotton you may ask? The company hopes to continue utilizing the best resources the South has to offer by creating high quality and long lasting products.