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American Woodshop begins its 29th season

Scott Phillips with a set knives, featuring custom wood handles, made for this season 
of American Woodshop.

Scott Phillips with a set knives, featuring custom wood handles, made for this season of American Woodshop.

Season 29 of American Woodshop is promoting the use of reclaimed materials with hosts Scott and Suzy Phillips through 13 episodes airing on PBS television stations across the country.

“Every episode of Season 29 shares a path to successful expression in wood,” Scott Phillips said in a statement. “You can smell the sawdust. You can hear the success of a project coming to life. You can experience the reward of using recycled wood. You can feel the satisfaction and pride that can’t be bought in a store.”

Projects in Season 29 include a tall case cabinet, tool tote, English cricket table, hoop back Windsor chair, and furniture restorations.

The show is produced by WBGU-TV in Bowling Green, Ohio. Programming information is available at wbgutv.org

This article was originally published in the March 2022 issue.

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