NOLA Code:
AMWS 2900 H1
Number of Episodes/Length:
13 / 30
Rights End:
Sylvan Toolworks, Inc.
Year Produced:
Scott and Suzy Phillips return for their 29th season

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#2901 Tall Case Cabinet
Recycled wood with live edge accents combine with relief-carved Chestnut for a stunning effect. A Chestnut Oak table project is delivered to the Gertner Barn.

#2902 Hearth Chair
A centuries-old three-legged chair recreated with White Oak and Walnut is curiously perfect and comfortable. Bandsaw tune-up and blade selection are covered for perfect cuts.

#2903 Green Bowl Turning
Honey Locust from log to home is used to make the ultimate salad serving bowl. This 44-pound green wood bowl blank is turned into a three-pound graceful kitchen masterpiece. Bandsaw tips save the day when making this rough bowl blank. Guest turner Barry Todd shares his latest turned creations. Plus, a visit to Catch My Drift (driftwood art) at the Brubaker Studio.

#2904 Tool Tote
The ideal curved handle tool tray. Hand-cut through dovetail joints add strength and elegance to the handy way to store key tools. Reclaimed woods include Kentucky Coffee Tree and Osage Orange. Scott harvests a burl tree for future projects and a tree service company shares logging techniques.

#2905 English Cricket Table
This 300-year-old round table was traditionally a cricket game centerpiece. Recreated from American Chestnut, quarter-sawn White Oak and Mahogany, the triangular shelf holds three angled legs perfectly. A geometric challenge comes together with dominoes. A timber mill cuts live edge slabs for the ultimate
display table show.

#2906 American Miniature Benchtop Chest
This miniature chest is perfectly sized to enhance any tabletop. Two router jig half- blind dovetail drawers are the key to this elegant mix of woods. Visit the Dave Moser Kiln to see how small batches of wood can be cured.

#2907 Tall Vase Turning
A log is transformed into a beautiful vase by a series of wood turning techniques. The trick is to keep this 50-pound spinning “trunk” balanced! Sometimes making wood behave can be challenging. The reward for a job well spun is to have done it! Guest turner Brary Todd shared his latest turned creations.

#2908 Wall Curio Cabinet
Making cabinets has never been easier! Simple tools are used to build the case for an antique curved beveled glass door. LED lighting is featured. Plus, see the best way to “hang” wall mounted cabinets. Custom cabinets are hard to beat!

#2909 Hoop Back Windsor Chair
Chair making is the best way to truly hone woodworking skills! Windsor hoop backed forms are solid and comfortable. Special jigs are used to laminate the bent wood hoop. Turning is used to make stretchers and spindles and the seat is sculpted. Magic happens when they all join together!

#2910 Custom Knives and Keep Trays
Special tempered stainless-steel blades are finished with custom wood handles called scales. Spectra ply is turned for the big knife, Purple Heart is used on the gift knife and two others must be seen to be believed. Also, crown molding is cut to make a perfect tray!

#2911 Treasure Box
Sized to hold a king’s ransom, yet ideal for any home treasure. A homemade router table box joint jig is demoed with beautiful precision. The shell carving is created with just one chip carving knife. Plus, a custom top is formed with a scrub plane. A fun gift idea!

#2912 Furniture Restorations
Easy to use finishing products are featured as the best way to keep furniture looking great. Tips and tricks make restoring furniture fast and rewarding. Learn the best way to fix most common furniture repair challenges.

#2913 River Display Table
Two live-edge Corkscrew Willow slabs are turned into stunning display tables. These came from wood harvested in episode 2904. Castle joints are created to make the leg assemblies on an epoxy resin “river” table. Just wait until you see how this all comes together!

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1/10/2022 - 1/9/2026
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1 year
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Steve Kendall
United States