American Made

Whether you're a maker, a DIYer, or a new small business owner, consider this your go-to spot for practical advice and inspiration. From tips on how to find investors to real stories of how crafters turned their favorite hobbies into flourishing businesses, we're here to support all things local and celebrate all things handmade.

Most Popular

The Founders of Frankly Apparel Created a Chic, Braless Clothing Line Designed for All Cup Sizes
Jane Dong, the COO, and Heather Eaton, the CEO, took the body-inclusive brand from a class project to a full-fledged business that makes clothes "to fit our bodies—not the other way around."
Hopie Stockman's Textiles Are an Ode to Block Printing and Weaving Techniques Dating Back Centuries
CEO Hopie Stockman opened Block Shop Textiles with her sister, Lily, and has grown the brand on the principles of "creating an interior world that helps soften the edges of exterior life's daily challenges."
Designer Suzie Kondi Makes Martha's Favorite Tracksuits—Here's How She Broke Into the Loungewear Space
Founded in 2018, the fashion designer's collection features comfortable dresses, jumpsuits, and everything in between.
Bread Beauty Supply's Maeva Heim Makes Essentials for Women with Textured Hair
The founder and CEO launched her brand to solve the problems she commonly faced when shopping for hair care products.
Trina Chan, the Co-Founder and CEO of No. 8, Is on a Mission to Boost Brain Health Around the World
The AAPI-founded brand makes gummies that promote "focus, calm, sleep, and energy," and puts mental health front and center in the process.
Trade Street Jam Co.'s Ashley Rouse Creates Jams That Will Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth (Without Lots of Sugar)
The entrepreneur creates her unique condiments with low sugar and no preservatives— and ingredients from local farmers to help uplift her community.

More Martha Stewart's American Made

Beverly Malbranche of Caribbrew Honors Her Homeland of Haiti Through Her Coffee Brand
The entrepreneur says that when she learned Haiti was once a major coffee producer, she felt "challenged to revive this lost history and create opportunities through it."
Phoebe Kunitomi, the CEO and Founder of okko, Makes Bodywear with Minimalism in Mind
Inspired by the teachings of her parents, the entrepreneur makes quality undergarments outside of the fast fashion model.