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Rough Cut--Woodworking with Tommy Mac: 13 Step-by-Step Projects from Season 2 Paperback – Nov 13 2012

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Woodworker Thomas J. MacDonald has been featured in Forbes, Fine Woodworking, and The Boston Globe. His furniture has been displayed at the Massachusetts Historical Society, The Pendleton House at RISD’s Museum of Art, and the Concord Museum. Tommy’s first season of Rough Cut—Woodworking with Tommy Mac was nominated for a 2011 daytime television Emmy Award.

Laurie Donnelly is the Executive Producer in charge of WGBH-TV Lifestyle Programming and the Executive Producer/Director of Rough Cut. Both Tommy and Laurie live in Massachusetts.

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Beware of the cut lists! Dec 17 2013
By Bryan Norton - Published on
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This book is decent for project ideas, techniques, and general woodworking info. Tommy Mac is very talented and is generally a good teacher. My problem with this book is that some specific project information is just plain wrong. I purchased it wanting to make the dressing mirror on the cover. I purchased very expensive cherry to do the project in and glued, cut, and otherwise prepared the wood according to the cut list. That's where the problems started. I'm not sure who wrote the cut list or where the editor was when verifying the information but my best guess on where they came up with the dimensions is that they employed a drunk monkey to spin a wheel with numbers on it, then multiply that by 'bananas' and type numbers into a computer blindfolded. The numbers are just not going to produce a box like is pictured. There's not just one mistake either; many of the dimensions and even the quantity of pieces are wrong, unless you want a box with only one side and as tall as it is wide. I was going for a small dressing mirror, not kitchen cabinets. Next time, I'll be more careful to plan things out before I purchase, cut, and glue the wood, but I'm disappointed that Tommy Mac would put out a book with so many errors.
Great Book Oct. 3 2013
By chuck - Published on
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I am a big fan of Tommy Mac. I have had the book from the first season, and am enjoying that from the second. The plans and suggestions are just right for my level of craftsmanship, and I am looking forward to doing several of the included projects. Any woodworker will benefit with this in his or her library. Pastor Chuck
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Better then the first May 17 2013
By Home woodworker - Published on
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I bought the first season book and loved it - this one is better I've already done 2 of the projects and working on a third.