Have you guys seen this NYTimes article, Fruits of the Loom yet? It’s pretty amazing and a colorful glimpse into textile manufacturing in the US. According to the Times, “Christopher Payne has spent much of the past few years photographing more than 20 of the mills that make up what’s left of America’s textile industry. Three appeared to have closed midproduction, looking like soft, bright Pompeiis, the colorful yarns still piled on the factories’ floors after the doors were permanently closed; others continue to function, often with machinery and techniques valued precisely because they are decades or even centuries old.” Pretty crazy. Click over to the NYTimes article for more photos and the full story, it’s definitely worth reading!