Blog — Acadian Brown Cotton

A Fabric Born of Two Fibersheds

Acadian Brown Cotton

Unlike ~98% of the fabric used in the US today, this one has never left the country.The warp is a handspun 70/30 cotton/hemp blend grown in North Carolina the One Acre Exchange and the weft is Acadian Brown Cotton grown in Acadiana and mill-spun in Florida.The use of these fibers support the growth of regional textile industries dedicated to fighting back against fast fashion, chemical agriculture, and all of the waste, pollution, and human rights violations they cause.

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