While "Made in USA" sections in physical stores are not prevalent, more Web platforms are featuring such sections. And we're not just talking small mom-and-pop online stores.
Retail giant Wal-Mart has a dedicated "Made in the USA" section. Items range from cleaning products and diapers to 12-foot boats. Nordstrom features American-made goods including apparel, cosmetics, jewelry and shoes.
Apparel brands also have dipped their toe into producing or showcasing domestically made clothing. Club Monaco offers American-made suits, including waistcoats. J. Crew features "Made in USA" jeans.
Although it's not always the case, buying "Made in USA" can come at a premium. A Club Monaco American-made blazer retails for roughly $575, with $225 for pants and $195 for a waistcoat. "Made in USA" Wallace and Barnes jeans available at J. Crew retail for around $198 a pair and up.
Five years after a deep recession, not all consumers can afford a "Made in USA" premium, of course. But if the emergence of American-made virtual retail spaces and pop-up fairs are indicators, there's a growing appetite for and cachet associated with buying "Made in USA" products.
Still, more than 97 percent of apparel and 98 percent of shoes sold in the U.S. are made overseas, according to the American Apparel & Footwear Association. During the 1960s, roughly 95 percent of apparel worn in the U.S. was made domestically.
"No one is predicting that we're going back to employment levels in manufacturing that we had 30 years ago," David Trumbull, a consultant and expert in textiles and U.S. manufacturing, told CNBC in September. America has lost nearly a third of its manufacturing jobs during the past the decade.
"But 'Made in USA' is a trend we have seen, and it has continued," he said.
Just as consumers have sought products for causes that include supporting the environment and cancer research, so "Made in USA" movement supporters hope more shoppers will seek out those products.
Wagner the blogger said, "If consumers realize how good they feel about buying or receiving gifts made here, they will then take the time to at least look for and ask for the 'Made in USA' label during the rest of the year."