American Woodshop

Episode Guide


Season 22


Recycled Trestle Table (#2213)

Airs: Wednesday, July 22
Through pegged mortise and tenon joints. Miller Sawmill tour.

Home Trims (#2212)

Airs: Sunday, July 19
Scrolling brackets for doorways, carving weather vanes and totem accents.

Headboards & Bedsteads (#2211)

Airs: Wednesday, July 15
Making hand crafted bed accents from century old yellow pine.

Ultimate Outdoor Chair (#2210)

Airs: Sunday, July 12
A strip quarter-sawn white oak and "Domino" sculptured gem.

A Tool Bench For Every Home (#2209)

Airs: Wednesday, July 8
Small bench that stores amazing tools and stories.

Scrolled Corner Shelf (#2208)

The art of scrolling and carving the perfect wall accent.

Picnic Basket (#2207)

Wooden strips strung to frame an elegant family picnic centerpiece.

Segmented Wood Lidded Box (#2206)

Split turnings join reclaimed woods to make magic.

Broken Arch Wall Cabinets (#2205)

Elegant furniture for the wall! Custom glass transom!

Heirloom Frames (#2204)

Featuring scrolled edge masterpieces. Jim Foster's 3-D scroll art.

Spirit Carvings (#2203)

Animal 3-D signs and wind spirit weather vanes.

Mega Turnings (#2202)

Dramatic recycled wood candle sticks to turned art pedestals. Bike lathe.

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