Co-hosts Scott and Suzy Phillips return to PBS on Monday, January 10, with 13 new episodes of The American Woodshop based on the theme, “Recycle & Reclaim!” Woodcraft and Woodcraft Magazine sponsor the popular woodworking public television series.
Woodcraft joins The Patriot Woodworker to honor a wounded Tennessee veteran and his family this Christmas season.
A woman who began woodworking in retirement won a $1,000 gift card in a giveaway sponsored by Woodcraft and “Today’s Homeowner.”
The American Woodshop co-hosts Scott and Suzy Phillips will begin Season 28 shows on January 11, inviting viewers to be creative.
The Patriot Woodworker organization hopes to raise $2,000 to provide gifts and a Christmas meal for a wounded Marine and his family, with the help of Woodcraft and two other national sponsors.Each Christmas season, The Patriot Woodworker adopts a family through Operation Ward 57, a nonprofit organization that supports wounded, injured and ill service members, veterans and their caregivers with outreach programs. Patriot Woodworker then sells raffle tickets to raise money for the family gifts, and for participants of the raffle to have a chance to win prizes donated by national sponsors.
Creativity in the home woodshop is celebrated by co-hosts Scott and Suzy Phillips during Season 27 of The American Woodshop that will air on January 19, 2020, on PBS.
Scott and Suzy Phillips offer 13 unique woodworking projects – including a wood bike and custom knives – for “The American Woodshop’s” silver anniversary season.
Woodcraft is sponsoring I Can Do That, a new online streaming video how-to show aimed at beginning woodworkers and those with limited time for building projects.