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S10 E12-13: Roll-top Desk - Parts 1-2

Norm spies a handsome, quartersawn oak roll-top desk, which inspires him to build his version of this American classic.

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S10 E11: Chaise Lounge

Norm uses reclaimed trestlewood to build his own outdoor chaise lounge design and in the process, learns quite a bit about current initiatives to harvest this unusual building material

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S10 E10: Whirligig

Inspired by the endearing humor of whirligigs, Norm decides to build his own mechanized version of The New Yankee Workshop's logo, featuring Norm, himself, working at the table saw

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S10 E9: Chop Saw Station

Norm builds a portable chop saw station that can be used in the workshop or can be carted out to a job site to trim a house or to the backyard to build a deck

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S10 E8: Mesquite Bookcase

Norm crafts a glass-front bookcase out of mesquite and, in the process, educates viewers on how to work with this native Sonoran desert hardwood

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S10 E7: Cupola

With help from coppersmith Larry Stearn, Norm recreates a copper-roofed version of the antique cupola that once adorned its roof on The New Yankee Workshop

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S10 E6: Morris Chair

Norm recreates a reclining Morris chair out of quarter sawn white oak and in the process, shares his secrets for mastering the techniques required to build the chair's reclining back

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S10 E5: Old Pine Bar

Norm built his version of an antique Irish bar out of recycled pine.

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S10 E4: Library Ladder

He builds this antique-style library ladder out of recycled, longleaf Southern yellow pine and in the process, demonstrates how to craft its defining feature - splayed legs joined by a hinged crossbar

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S10 E3: Walnut Table

Norm replicates a stunning nineteenth-century, black walnut, drop-leaf dining table with graceful turned legs

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S10 E2: Linen Press

Norm recreates this three-foot by six-foot linen press featuring streamlined, raised-panel double doors with detail beading out of recycled pine.

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S10 E1: Irish Table

Norm fashions a Celtic-style occasional table iusing recycled pine, and in the process demonstrates mortise-and-tenon joinery techniques and shows how to make a tapering jig