Host Jill Wagner is in Pennsylvania with a watchmaker who makes his parts himself, no matter how long it takes. She gets crackin' in Idaho with a renowned whip maker. In Maryland, a former boat maker uses his woodworking skills to create luminarias.
Host Jill Wagner meets a maker in Michigan transforming reclaimed wood into electric guitars. A South Carolina artisan uses precious metal to shape modern teapots. In Georgia, a woodworker shows Jill how he makes his unique infinity-shaped bookcase.
Host Jill Wagner heads to Pennsylvania to meet a maker who crafts metal purses in a unique way. In Maryland, Jill helps make razors with exotic woods and stones. In Las Vegas, the process to create neon signs is shown.
Host Jill Wagner meets two friends in Maryland who fuse their metal and glass working skills to make faucets. A woodworker in Michigan creates classic steamer trunks. In Georgia, a second-generation family builds shuffleboard tables.
Host Jill Wagner visits a maker in Georgia crafting wood canoes. In Michigan, Jill finds a self-taught woodworker who is making state-shaped Adirondack chairs. In Idaho, Jill discovers someone making intricate wood music stands.
Host Jill Wagner goes to Washington to meet a woodworker making fishing nets. She hits the Florida coast with a stand up paddleboard maker. In Philadelphia, Jill meets an artisan mixing metal and wood to create whimsical tables.
Host Jill Wagner learns how a Detroit woodworker uses electricity to paint light fixtures. In Maryland, an airline pilot finds fragile driftwood to make unique pens. An award-winning South Carolina hat maker is creating museum-quality sinamy hats.
Jill Wagner visits a fourth-generation Nebraskan shoemaker. In South Carolina, she meets a potter who incorporates his backyard greenery finds into stoneware. In California, Jill meets a couple that recreates historical Spanish lanterns.
Jill Wagner travels to South Carolina, where a metalsmith makes fire screens to look like natural bamboo. In Nebraska, she meets a woodworker crafting nostalgic toy cars. Finally, a Mississippi woman weaves baskets using materials found only in nature.
Jill Wagner is in Florida with a glass blower producing piggy banks. In California, she meets a handcrafter of espresso machines. In Louisiana, she is with an artisan making rubboards, one of the only instruments created in America.
Jill Wagner meets a husband/wife team using ceramic skills to recreate street tiles in New Orleans. A man in Georgia makes camping comfortable with his innovative hammocks. In Nevada, a glass sculptor creates carved glass doors.
Host Jill Wagner travels to New Orleans to meet a man making colorful stools from hurricane debris. In Alabama, a woman expertly weaves fashionable, functional baby wraps. Finally, in Nevada, a woodworker builds beautiful one-of-a-kind porch swings.