Full List of The New Yankee Workshop Episodes TV Episodes

Full List of The New Yankee Workshop Episodes

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Below is a complete The New Yankee Workshop episode list that spans the show's entire TV run. Photos from the individual The New Yankee Workshop episodes are listed along with the The New Yankee Workshop episode names when available, as are the dates of the original airing of the episode. The New Yankee Workshop episodes from every season can be seen below, along with fun facts about who directed the episodes, the stars of the and sometimes even information like shooting locations and original air dates. This list features items like “Kitchen Project - The Hot Wall (3 of 9),” “Old Pine Dry Sink”, and many more. Are you remembering a funny scene but can't think of the name that the The New Yankee Workshop episode is from? Scroll below and you'll find what you're looking for.



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    Trestle Table
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    Norm builds a trestle table from kiln dried cherry. He demonstrates how to glue the boards that create the top and how to create two trestles and a stretcher to connect them. The table dimensions are 29" high x 87" wide x 31" deep. After seeing a pine trestle table in a Nantucket Island Shaker house, ...more

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    • Original Airing: Feb 18 1989
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 1
    • Episode Number: 7
    • Previous Episode: Oak Bathroom Vanity
    • Next Episode: Bookcase
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    Workbench

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    Workbench
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    A good workshop starts with a well-equipped workbench. Norm uses one from his shop as a model for the affordable bench he builds during this episode. Norm builds a workshop workbench which features an oak edged hardwood top, a vice, a recessed tool storage space on the top, and a shelf below. The bench ...more

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    • Original Airing: Jan 14 1989
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 1
    • Episode Number: 2
    • Previous Episode: Medicine Cabinet
    • Next Episode: Drop Leaf Table
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    Chest of Drawers

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    Chest of Drawers
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    Norm demonstrates how to build a chest of drawers using Ponderosa pine. He cuts and planes the wood, glues the boards fro the top and sides. He also illustrates how to build the drawers including the drawer case, the frames, and the base. The chest measures 42" high x 41 1/2" wide x 19" deep. Norm ...more

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    • Original Airing: Mar 04 1989
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 1
    • Episode Number: 9
    • Previous Episode: Bookcase
    • Next Episode: Candle Stand
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    Medicine Cabinet

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    Medicine Cabinet
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    Norm leads a tour of The New Yankee Workshop to preview the furniture he will build in the first season. He demonstrates how to build a medicine cabinet that is based on one seen in the Hancock Shaker Village in Massachusetts. Norm uses red oak and oak plywood with box-joint joinery to construct his ...more

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    • Original Airing: Jan 07 1989
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 1
    • Episode Number: 1
    • Next Episode: Workbench
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    Bedside Table

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    Bedside Table
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    Norm constructs a bedside table inspired by one found at the Hancock Shaker Village.more

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    • Original Airing: Feb 04 1989
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 1
    • Episode Number: 5
    • Previous Episode: Blanket Chest
    • Next Episode: Oak Bathroom Vanity
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    Corner Cupboard

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    Corner Cupboard
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    Norm constructs a corner cupboard of pine and plywood. His design employees a top section that is enclosed by glass paned doors and a base cabinet with raised panel doors. The cupboard dimensions are 86 1/2" high x 42" wide x 30" deep. Norm makes his own corner cupboard from pine and plywood, ...more

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    • Original Airing: Apr 01 1989
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 1
    • Episode Number: 13
    • Previous Episode: Writing Desk
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    Blanket Chest

    Norm demonstrates how to built a blanket chest using pine lined with aromatic cedar. The chest dimensions are 22" high x 44" wide x 19" deep.more

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    • Original Airing: Jan 28 1989
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 1
    • Episode Number: 4
    • Previous Episode: Drop Leaf Table
    • Next Episode: Bedside Table
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    Writing Desk

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    Writing Desk
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    Norm builds a writing desk with a slanted top that is constructed mostly of maple. The desk features a shallow drawer, a nest of small drawers, and a open bins in the top. The dimensions are 42" high x 36" wide x 20" deep. Made mostly of maple, this desk is one of the more complicated projects ever ...more

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    • Original Airing: Mar 25 1989
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 1
    • Episode Number: 12
    • Previous Episode: Hutch
    • Next Episode: Corner Cupboard
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    Oak Bathroom Vanity

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    Oak Bathroom Vanity
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    Norm demonstrates how to build a bathroom vanity with dovetailed joints. He uses oak and a laminate top with double doors and a flat panel outside and raised panel inside mimicking the Shaker style. The vanity dimensions are 34" high x 38" wide x 23" deep. Inspired by a dry sink he found at a 1790 ...more

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    • Original Airing: Feb 11 1989
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 1
    • Episode Number: 6
    • Previous Episode: Bedside Table
    • Next Episode: Trestle Table
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    Drop Leaf Table

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    Drop Leaf Table
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    Norm uses ash, a durable hardwood, showing how to turn the table legs on a duplicating lathe and revealing a few tricks for making mortice joints.more

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    • Original Airing: Jan 21 1989
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 1
    • Episode Number: 3
    • Previous Episode: Workbench
    • Next Episode: Blanket Chest
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    Bookcase
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    Norm builds a free standing bookcase with a cornice detail, adjustable shelves, and a removable base. He uses pine for the base and birch plywood for the rest. The bookcase dimensions are 80" high x 36" wide x 12 1/2" deep.more

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    • Original Airing: Feb 25 1989
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 1
    • Episode Number: 8
    • Previous Episode: Trestle Table
    • Next Episode: Chest of Drawers
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    Candle Stand

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    Candle Stand
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    Norm demonstrates how to build a replica of a Shaker candle stand. He uses a lathe, a router, and a band saw for the process. The candle stand measures 24" high with an 18" diameter top. Norm shows how to construct a replica antique candle stand using power tools, a lathe, router and band saw.more

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    • Original Airing: Mar 11 1989
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 1
    • Episode Number: 10
    • Previous Episode: Chest of Drawers
    • Next Episode: Hutch
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    Hutch

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    Hutch
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    Norm demonstrates how to build a hutch using knotty pine. The hutch consists of a base cabinet that has raised panel doors and an open shelf section. It measures 81 1/2" high x 56" wide x 18" deep. In the kitchen of the Fitch house at Old Stourbridge, Norm shows us an early American `hutch' then builds ...more

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    • Original Airing: Mar 11 1989
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 1
    • Episode Number: 11
    • Previous Episode: Candle Stand
    • Next Episode: Writing Desk
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    Roll Top Desk (Part I)

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    Roll Top Desk (Part I)
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    Norm visits the Old Schwamb Mill in Arlington, Massachusetts. Built in 1860, the mill was purchased in 1864 by German immigrant woodworkers, Charles and Frederick Schwamb. The brothers did a brisk business crafting the oval picture frames which, at the time, were in demand to display photographs of ...more

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    • Original Airing: Mar 21 1998
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 10
    • Episode Number: 12
    • Previous Episode: Chaise Lounge
    • Next Episode: Roll Top Desk (Part II)
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    Roll Top Desk (Part II)

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    Roll Top Desk (Part II)
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    Norm visits the Old Schwamb Mill in Arlington, Massachusetts. Built in 1860, the mill was purchased in 1864 by German immigrant woodworkers, Charles and Frederick Schwamb. The brothers did a brisk business crafting the oval picture frames which, at the time, were in demand to display photographs of ...more

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    • Original Airing: Mar 28 1998
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 10
    • Episode Number: 13
    • Previous Episode: Roll Top Desk (Part I)
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    Linen Press

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    Linen Press
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    Norm asks, "Have you ever noticed that most armoires and linen presses are too big to fit in today's rooms and look just right?" However, in a private collection in Savannah, Georgia, he finds a beautiful antique linen press whose three-foot by six-foot size make it versatile enough to fit in almost any ...more

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    • Original Airing: Jan 10 1998
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 10
    • Episode Number: 2
    • Previous Episode: Irish Table
    • Next Episode: Walnut Table
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    Morris Chair

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    Morris Chair
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    In Arizona, Norm goes on a search for Arts and Crafts-style furniture in Tucson's Historic Arts District. Responding to the many viewer requests he receives each season to build more of the ever-popular Arts and Crafts-style projects, Norm ventures into the F.L. Wright Furniture Gallery where he finds a ...more

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    • Original Airing: Feb 07 1998
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 10
    • Episode Number: 6
    • Previous Episode: Old Pine Bar
    • Next Episode: Cupola
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    Irish Table

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    Irish Table
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    Viewers find Norm celebrating the tenth anniversary season of The New Yankee Workshop on the quaint New England island of Nantucket in an antique shop that specializes in Irish country furniture. There, he spies what he calls "the perfect occasional table," an antique Celtic pine table with a ...more

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    • Original Airing: Jan 03 1998
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 10
    • Episode Number: 1
    • Next Episode: Linen Press
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    Chaise Lounge

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    Chaise Lounge
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    Norm takes viewers on an adventure to Utah to witness the dismantling of a twelve-mile long railway trestle which was built at the turn of the century. Eventually progress and better engineering in the 1950s replaced this causeway, and the massive trestlewood pilings which once provided the means by ...more

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    • Original Airing: Mar 14 1998
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 10
    • Episode Number: 11
    • Previous Episode: Whirligig
    • Next Episode: Roll Top Desk (Part I)
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    Old Pine Bar

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    Old Pine Bar
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    Norm builds his version of an antique Irish bar out of recycled pine and gives it a high gloss finish so indestructible that he dares any woodworker who builds it to "leave a frosty mug on it."more

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    • Original Airing: Jan 31 1998
    • Season: The New Yankee Workshop - Season 10
    • Episode Number: 5
    • Previous Episode: Library Ladder
    • Next Episode: Morris Chair
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