Places to shop American-made this summer
Here are some area companies that sell American-made products and online retailers selling wares made in the USA. In addition to stores, places to find regionally made goods include trade shows such as the Outdoor Living and Landscape Show and the Home Show, craft fairs, and farmers markets.
Prairie PastTimes, co-op of things made in the Flint Hills, including quilts, stained glass, pottery, woodworking, decorative blacksmithing, wool weaving from local sheep, juried artwork, custom-carved limestone. 220 1/2 Broadway, Cottonwood Falls; 620-273-6020; www.prairiepasttimes.com.
Yoder Furniture Co. Amish-made furniture mainly from Pennsylvania, 3405 E. Switzer Road in Yoder; 620-465-2220; amishhomeplace.com.
Sturdi-Bilt Storage Barns of Hutchinson; storage sheds, cabins, patio furniture, chicken coops, animal shelters, garage doors sales and service. 3909 Stacy Road, Hutchinson; 316-265-2276; www.sturdi-bilt.com/indexbldgs.htm.
Martha Stewart American Made. Curated online store on eBay featuring local, handmade products, including gardening tools, flags, stationary, toys and kids clothing, and home decor. At ebay.com.
Made Collection. A Boulder, Colo.-based curated flash-sale site featuring all kinds of products made in America.
Polar Bottle. Eco-friendly water bottles. At polarbottle.com.
K’NEX. Building toys manufactured in Pennsylvania. At knex.com.
Be Present. Colorado-based yoga clothing company (most items are $69 or less). At bepresent.com.
Epicurean. Cutting boards, utensils and knife holders. At epicureancs.com.
Fresh Produce. Clothing made mostly in the USA. At freshproduceclothes.com.
Dickies 1922 Collection. A small, limited-edition group of shirts ($165 to $175) and pants ($200) for men, as they were made in 1933. At dickies.com/1922.
AG Adriano Goldschmied denim. A premium denim line (most priced around $200) of jeans, tops and accessories for women and men. At agjeans.com.