Nancy Gibson and Jennifer Murray met in 2009 and hit it off discussing everything from iconic style and individuality to the women they admired who lived it: Georgia O’Keefe, Florence Scovil Shinn, Gertrude Stein, Annie Oakley, Susan B. Anthony, Katherine Hepburn... In 2010, the two bumped into each other wearing the same stripe-y tee shirt that became the inspiration for Edith A. Miller. After doing some research, the two discovered that the shirt they loved so much was produced in an old mill in rural Pennsylvania of 100% American “grown and sewn” cotton. After driving to investigate the mill and meet the owner, Jennifer and Nancy formalized their partnership and Edith A. Miller went from inspiration to the spirited clothing line it is today. Edith A. Miller is produced in one of the few remaining historic American knitting mills still in operations since the turn of the 20th century and with six generations of continuous family operation behind it.