I love this project, and I'm gonna miss it even though it's been a giant pain in the ass (sorry, but it is!) lately combined with moving, starting a job, and having to find internet at jam-packed coffee shops. But still, it's a fantastic experience, and it's shown me that I can do things I would have thought are impossible (making my own jeans and underwear...and now attempting my wedding dress), and do what other people think is impossible (finding enough American made clothing and accessories to wear for a year). Also, it's shown me how kind and helpful people can be (Amber, Brian, and many others)!
My future project down the line (after resting from this one, and marrying Brian) is to design products that are Made in the USA. Whether I run my own company or work for a company that makes American made products, I don't know, but I believe it is possible, and that there is a market for it. It may cost more, but I am willing to pay more for American made and I know that there are many more people who will too!