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Even if you've been looking forward to this day off work (for watermelon-tequila concoctions, or for the feeling of a cold shower after a hot day slathered in sunscreen) all spring, if you're celebrating Fourth of July you've also likely paused to feel a twinge of gratitude. Us, too.
Today, we wanted to celebrate a selection of our makers who do all their work on American soil. It can be expensive, to source local materials and fabricators, but it's pretty damn amazing when a small company commits to it. Here are eleven American makers—and a whole bunch of their made-in-the-USA designs—from our Shop:
Faribault Woolen Mill Co. (Minnesota)
Weekender Stripe Throw PillowFrom $60
Red House (Vermont)
Waxed Canvas Toiletries PouchFrom $54
Big Spoon Roasters (North Carolina)
Three Rays' Pottery (Washington)
Malfatti (New York)
Jono Pandolfi (New Jersey)
R. Murphy (Massachusetts)
Mosser Glass (Ohio)
Grey Swirl Glass Cake StandFrom $39
Steele Canvas Basket Corp. (Massachusetts)
Grey Narrow Elevated Laundry BasketFrom $60
Peg & Awl (Pennsylvania)
Reclaimed Walnut Knife GrabberFrom $80
We originally ran this roundup on Memorial Day, but brought it back for the 4th of July.
What are your favorite American-made designs? Besides corn.