Have you RSVP’d for part 5 of “The Harvest: A Gathering of Conversations for the Future of Cotton?” Our next stop on our 10,000 Pounds of Cotton supply chain conversation on Thursday, March 11, at 12:00 PM is with Stacey Bridges, Sales Manager at Carolina Cotton Works.

RSVP here.

About Carolina Cotton Works:

Carolina Cotton Works, Inc., founded in 1995, competes with expertise in dyeing cotton, filament and spun polyester, and an assortment of specialty fibers for the flame retardant applications. They specialize in dyeing, tubular finishing, open width finishing, and fabric package sales for the fashion and performance apparel as well as the medical and military industries. CCW has continued to reinvest in itself through changing times by diversifying its capabilities through technology, experience, and innovation. In an effort to be competitive and environmentally responsible in a global market, CCW has invested in production equipment that saves energy and water and reduces carbon emissions and landfill waste. CCW’s flexibility in dyeing and finishing provides avenues to compete in many different applications including both circular and warp knits and wovens.

See a list of testimonials from some of their clients, including American Giant, Augusta Sporstwear and more here.

About the 10,000 Pounds of Cotton Project
Since TS Designs launched the 10,000 Pounds of Cotton on our new sister site Solid State Clothing, (our project to bring the American farmer back to the table in the fashion industry), we’ve been amazed at the response. Our series of discussions with people integral to this project called “The Harvest: A Gathering of Conversations for the Future of Cotton,” has brought the textile industry, old and new customers and worldwide press together to better understand our dirt to shirt journey here in North Carolina.

See our recorded past conversations and our 10K Cotton film here.