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Host, Jill Wagner, travels the country to seek out talented artisans who make products the traditional way...with their own two hands. In every half-hour episode, Jill meets three gifted craftsmen and gets a behind the scenes look at how they created their products. Along the way, viewers learn about the history and cultural heritage that inspire and inﬂuence the design of their handcrafted products.
Host Jill Wagner travels the country on a quest to find talented craftsmen who still make incredible items by hand. First, she travels to a remote area of Alaska to meet husband‐and‐wife Master Bladesmiths Adam and Haley DesRosiers, who make some of the world’s most sought after knives. Then, she heads to Hickory, North Carolina, to meet Master Woodworker Eddie Hamrick, a world‐renowned craftsman who can make just about anything out of wood. Finally, Jill is off to Austin, Texas, to meet Cambria Harkey, a leather worker whose beautiful handbags are appreciated by everyday folks and red‐carpet celebrities.
Host Jill Wagner travels the country on a quest to find talented craftsmen who still make incredible items by hand. In Llano, Texas, Jill spends time with Charles Wendt, a metal worker who recruits her how to help make a custom pair of traditional cowboy spurs. In Felton, California, Jill steps into complete comfort when she meets Kevin Leahy who makes custom hiking boots that perfectly fit each customer’s foot. Finally, in Portland, Oregon, Jill meets the Martinez family from Mexico that makes functional as well as fashionable canvas and leather backpacks from all-American materials.
Host Jill Wagner travels the country on a quest to find talented craftsmen who still make incredible items by hand. In Hollywood, Florida, Brenna Baker is turning molten glass into money hungry piggy banks. In Buellton, California, Italian born and raised Salvatore Cisaria is making sure people are getting their morning dose of caffeine with his handcrafted espresso makers that are more like an Italian sculpture than beverage machine. Then, in Sunset, Louisiana, Jill meets Tee Don Landry a man following in his father’s footsteps and making rub boards, one of the only American born musical instruments.