Our baby bedding has a story.
A story of success, with a happy ending and many sequels! We invite you to join our movement. Wrap the newest generation in cuddly soft, high quality bedding … and ensure their future by supporting American jobs.
American Made Brand was founded in 2013 out of our desire and commitment to bring back the tradition of American textile production. Our Upland Cotton uses only the finest yarns in the world and is entirely sourced and manufactured in the United States.
The cotton comes from all over the cotton belt which stretches from the Carolina’s to the Mississippi delta, Texas and California. It is grown by farmers that adhere to standards that minimize runoff and pesticide and fertilizer use. We just love supporting the people who are farming sustainably.
The spinning and dying is done in North Carolina, the weaving and dying is done in South Carolina and we bolt the fabric in Seattle Washington.
Producing fabric in the United States is a collaborative process and one we are proud of as this means we are helping keep hundreds of jobs in the USA.
In 2016 we had a thought – we supply USA made fabrics to fabric stores, we are passionate about quilts AND we love babies. We got to work to figure out how to continue our American Made passion by having baby bedding made entirely in the USA. Once upon a time, American manufacturing was commonplace. Over time, production moved overseas and factories closed down. With some hard work and research, we discovered and partnered with an American soft goods manufacturer that is creating jobs for people with disabilities. We are thrilled to bring their top-notch workmanship to you; the value and quality far outshine products made overseas.
It’s been a long road to get here, but we are happy to have walked this path. We are extremely proud of the high quality USA products that goes into every part of our American Made Brand bedding – from the fabric to the fill, the thread, the elastic to the labels. We are most proud of the US work force that has made all of this happen. Yes, the cost may be slightly higher than if it was made overseas, but the product’s top-quality and your support of US jobs is something you can feel great about.
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