Our cotton is in the next phase of becoming home-grown clothing. NCSU and its students in the Textile Department are hard at work weaving the indigo yarn into chambray fabric for our new clothing company.
No, we're not going to tell you what we are making...yet. We'd had to spoil a good surprise and besides, this is about the journey or the process or the ingredients thus far, not the finished meal.
Our pattern makers have done an amazing job, as well. Once the chambray fabric is woven, it will be shipped off to be cut and sewn. Everything is done right here in America. We grow it in Texas, have it made in North Carolina, and you can wear it wherever you are.