Sounds pretty awesome, right? Here's a great way to show your American pride and Maine pride at the same time.

Let's face it. It's can be disappointing to find a US flag you like and then look at the manufacturer's tag only to find that it's not made in the country that it celebrates.

So here's how you can raise the stars and stripes in your yard and feel good knowing  that not only is it made in America, but that it's also a high quality item from the Pine Tree State. One that's made with lots of love in a small factory on Dane avenue in Skowhegan.

According to the Maine Stitching Specialties website, they are open Monday through Thursday from 10a to 3p.

There's an inquiry form if you'd like to learn more about how to get any of their products.

One of those is their original Maine state flag from the early 1900s. It has become very popular for our Bicentennial this year.

In a 2016 article from the Bangor Daily News owner Bill Swain said,

“Where we set ourselves apart is we believe we put a little more hand craftsmanship into ours.”

Check out the both flags flyin by the lake.

For me, the phrase "Made in Maine" always says I'm gettin' the good stuff.

So these flags of course are the best. Because here in Maine, we make the best!