Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac: Season 2, Standing Mirror (Printed Plans only) Plans

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Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac: Season 2, Standing Mirror (Printed Plans only) Plans

Description Season Two of the Emmy Award-nominated ROUGH CUT returns to the workshop of fine furniture maker Tommy MacDonald, a graduate of Boston's famed North Bennet Street School. Once again, Tommy instructs and motivates aspiring woodworkers and master craftsmen alike, sharing his experience, his secrets, and his enthusiasm, inviting everyone with an interest in woodworking to acquire the basic skills and tools to go beyond. In Standing Mirror, Tommy shows off one of his favorite projects: a simple design, augmented by exquisite marquetry designed by Paul Schurch. Then, Paul demonstrates basic marquetry in his Santa Barbara, California, studio. Featured in Forbes Magazine, Fine Woodworking Magazine, and The Boston Globe, Tommy's work has been displayed at the Massachusetts Historical Society, the Rhode Island School of Design Museum, and at the Concord Museum.