Host Jill Wagner meets a clockmaker who keeps a dying art ticking, a seventh generation chair maker and a female blacksmith who shapes iron while defying stereotypes.
Host Jill Wagner meets a young woman steeped in quilt-making traditions, a gunsmith who makes flintlock rifles and a gifted stone carver.
Host Jill Wagner meets a glass blower who makes colorful drinking glasses; a bicycle maker has a seven-year waiting list; a book publisher prints books on his 100-year-old printing press.
Host Jill Wagner meets a fifth-generation leatherworker, a celebrated guitar maker and an architect who gave up designing buildings to make shoes.
Host Jill Wagner meets husband-and-wife bladesmiths who forge their own knives, a master woodworker and a talented leatherworker who makes handbags worthy of the red carpet.
Host Jill Wagner travels to Illinois to meet a couple who fashions pens from reclaimed wood; in California, she hangs out with a custom cowboy boot maker; Wagner visits a New Mexico business, where vintage doors get a new lease on life.
Host Jill Wagner visits a New Jersey ceramicist who scratches designs into pottery; in Wisconsin, she meets a woodworker who makes wood flow like fabric; Wagner watches a Minnesota lamp maker make new lamps from old machine parts.
Host Jill Wagner visits a Minnesota weaver who makes rugs with geometric designs; in San Francisco, she learns how to make handcrafted sunglasses; in New Jersey, Wagner meets a man who left a career in engineering to make billiard tables.
Host Jill Wagner meets a Minnesota artist who makes stained-glass panels; in New Jersey, she visits an entrepreneur who makes vintage baseballs and footballs; Wagner helps a Wisconsin woodworker make intricate jewelry boxes.
Host Jill Wagner visits the Milwaukee studio of husband-and-wife hat makers; in California, Wagner meets two artisans who use exotic woods to make precision longbows and surfboards.
Jill visits a North Carolina clothing designer who makes custom blue jeans; in Boston, Jill learns how to create elaborate designs using thin sheets of wood veneer; in Oregon, she meets a man who makes custom steel bed frames.
Jill Wagner visits a Massachusetts silversmith who makes heirloom flatware; in North Carolina, Jill meets a craftsman who builds amazing aviaries; in Oregon, Jill learns how to make traditional bamboo fly rods.
Jill Wagner visits a North Carolina woodworker who turns whiskey barrels into rustic outdoor furniture; in Boston, artisans turn precious metals into world-class flutes; in Oregon, Jill transforms old rags into fine handmade papers.