September 14, 2011
What pleases me the most about made in USA isn’t a false sense of patriotic pride, it’s the fact that these goods are generally crafted in smaller shops, using high-quality materials that make the finished product worth the price. 
fastcompany:

Made in China? Nuh-uh. How about made in the U.S. of A? Fast Company went hunting for homemade goods. Turns out there’s plenty that’s still crafted at home. Check out our new iPad app and read more about The Best American-Made Design of 2011.

What pleases me the most about made in USA isn’t a false sense of patriotic pride, it’s the fact that these goods are generally crafted in smaller shops, using high-quality materials that make the finished product worth the price. 

fastcompany:

Made in China? Nuh-uh. How about made in the U.S. of A? Fast Company went hunting for homemade goods. Turns out there’s plenty that’s still crafted at home. Check out our new iPad app and read more about The Best American-Made Design of 2011.

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