Rough Cut's second season premiers in Oct.
August 16, 2011 | 11:14 am CDT
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Rough Cut's second season premiers in Oct.

The Daytime Emmy Award nominated Rough Cut – Woodworking with Tommy Mac returns for its second season, Sat, Oct. 1. The 13 brand-new shows will feature an array of furniture, with projects for all skill levels. Also, this season, the Rough Cut will be filmed in New York and California, as well as its New England home base.

"I'm excited to kick off season two, which will feature some great new projects that will push the envelope of design," says host Tommy MacDonald. "And, we'll not only bring master craftsmen from around the country into the shop, we'll also get creative inspiration from our Rough Cut Road Trips."

Woodcraft, a supplier of woodworking products, tools and accessories, will provide major funding for the show.

“As part of Woodcraft’s ongoing effort to bring quality information and instruction to woodworkers, we are pleased to again sponsor this excellent series that features host Tommy MacDonald’s fine craftsmanship and practical knowledge in a format tailored for both new and experienced woodworkers,” said Jeff Forbes, president of Woodcraft Supply, LLC. “The show’s Daytime Emmy Award nomination attests to the quality of how-to programming delivered by executive producer/director Laurie Donnelly, Tommy and their talented crew.”

On Nov. 8, The Taunton Press will release a companion book to season one of Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac.

Posted by Michaelle Bradford

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