Last week, NorthernGrade was around in New York City. Obviously me being quality goods enthusiast, I had to past by. I was very excited to find out that Ohio Knitting Mills were going to be there. In the past years there has been resurgence clothing being made in the USA. But it has been mainly consisting of leather goods and footwear. However, the niche of sweaters made in the USA is still small. Probably because knitting decorative sweaters are somewhat of a rare art in today's world. If you follow me on Instagram for a while, then you know how prideful I am on my sweater collection. Wearing sweaters are the reason why I like fall. Ohio Knitting Mills has been around since 1927. The company was one of the biggest Knitwear manufacturers in the United States. The sweaters have that heavy, thick classic feel that isn't normally seen on today's sweaters. The sweaters are actually sewn using old methods. You're really getting your money's worth. The windmill ski sweater was the sweater that caught my attention when I passed by the booth really love the pattern of the sweater, which reminds me of my beloved Norwegian birds eye sweater. Everything in the booth looked wonderful from the pullover ski sweaters to the cardigans. This really more a teaser of what I saw from Ohio Knitting Mills. I will be doing a more detailed post next week stay tuned.