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martha stewart's american made contest

Emily Oster

Martha Stewart's American Made contest began in 2012 and honors makers across the USA. The nomination period started June 3rd and continues to August 29th after which the winners will be selected and awarded a free trip to NYC, a spot in the American Made market as well as $10,000 to grow their business. Creative entrepreneurs in the areas of crafts, design, food and style are honored and get to join the incredible group of past winners. 

I just discovered the contest so I haven't had much time to explore this year's nominees but I was pleasantly surprised to be familiar with some of the past winners. Maura Grace Ambrose of Folk Fibers won last year - featured in this past post and as well as being the first image in the "a pin a day" series.

  Flying Geese - Maura Grace Ambrose -  Folk Fibers

Flying Geese - Maura Grace Ambrose - Folk Fibers

Also somewhat indirectly featured on THE PLACE HOME are the entrepreneurs responsible for the Wythe Hotel designed by firm WORKSTEAD featured in this past post

 Wythe Hotel bar designed by WORKSTEAD

Wythe Hotel bar designed by WORKSTEAD

Other makers that I have yet to feature on the blog but am already a big fan of are Tara de LisIo and Jonah Meyer of Sawkille Co. and Heath Carr of Shinola

 Sawkille Co. - 2012 winner of American Made contest

Sawkille Co. - 2012 winner of American Made contest

 Shinola - 2013 winner of American Made contest

Shinola - 2013 winner of American Made contest

I don't want to rush through featuring this amazing set of makers so stay tuned for more dedicated posts. In the meantime, check out the contest's website and its admirable mission to recognize American makers.