Two can play that game!

I have started on my 2011 Made in America top ten gift list; glassybaby and Filson are items one and two on the list.  While cruising around the internet in search of other cool American made holiday gift items,  I happened upon an amazing website and a kindred spirit when it comes to providing you with Made in America gifts.  The website is and the kindred spirit is Pam Kueber.  Pam has been featuring lots of wonderful American made products over the last weeks; my favorite so far has been vintage style glassware made by Mosser Glass located in Cambridge, Ohio.  So I encourage you to visit Pam’s site for the Made in America gift ideas, but you may stay for all the other wonderful information Pam’s site has to offer.  Way to go Pam!

About Simply American LLC

I live in Seattle and love telling stories about Americans, the places where they work and the things that they make. I have just published a book, Simply American, encouraging Americans to purchase American made products; the book can be ordered at
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1 Response to Two can play that game!

  1. nina462c says:

    Found your link via RetroRenovation (of which I’m addicted to).
    Some items that are also Made in America that are not on your list:
    Libby Glass (Toledo, OH); Rada Cutlery (fantastic paring knives!! and the serated chopper is the best); I’ve also seen Zippo lighters that are Made in America.
    Our family likes vintage items – so fortunately most of the items we get & give for presents are made in America.
    Thanks for this website.

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