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Handmade

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Handmade

Year: 2020
Genre: Lifestyle

From blacksmiths to coffee roasters, Handmade showcases vendors who are mastering their craft. 

Episodes

Episode 1

Shelby, the Head Roaster at Small Tiger Coffee Roasters discusses the process of creating the perfect cup of coffee and what it’s like being a woman in the industry.

Episode 2

Tim, the chef and co-owner of Lancaster Smoke House showcases the traditional BBQ meals that he has created and shows us what makes them great!

Episode 3

Mitch, the owner and Barber of Abel’s on Queen shows us the art behind barbering and discusses barber shop culture in Canada. 

Episode 4

Robb, the owner of Thak Ironworks, discusses what inspired him to become a blacksmith and the process behind it. 

Episode 5

Kimberly, owner of Kimberly Kropf Jewellery Designs and The Studio KW
discusses the creative process and inspiration behind her jewelry and metalsmith designs. 

Episode 6

Dwayne, the owner of The Guitar Corner discusses the stories behind some of the guitars he has built and walks through the design process. 

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