Woodcraft Supply is sponsoring a new online how-to show called “I Can Do That” that teaches a variety of basic woodworking projects.
Woodcraft vice president of sales and marketing Vince Grlovich says the company’s decision to support the show is based on its mission to improve the skills of woodworkers.
“Projects in this series allow woodworkers the flexibility to build very simply and quickly or upgrade materials and/or tools if they choose to do so. Either way, the end result is a piece of fine woodworking,” Grlovich says.
Chad Stanton, a full-time licensed contractor and custom furniture maker with 20 years of experience, hosts the show. He owns Stanton Fine Furniture in Toledo, Ohio, and is an instructor and demonstrator at Woodcraft stores.
The show evolved from an “I Can Do That” column in Popular Woodworking magazine, introduced in 2006. David Thiel, manager of Popular Woodworking Videos, explains the concept was expanded to video in order to reach a broader audience and teach those who don’t necessarily read the magazine.
“But the mission remains the same: to teach beginners the skills they need to become better, and lifetime, woodworkers,” Theil said in a statement. “Chad Stanton is the perfect series host. His friendly and accessible instruction helps viewers feel as if they’re hanging out in a neighbor’s home workshop and having fun while they learn.”
The show will be available at www.popularwoodworking.com.
This article originally appeared in the October 2015 issue.