The handsome and simple projects of I Can Do That are the perfect introduction to woodworking ? and they?re nice, quick builds for the experienced woodworker, too! In this collection of six videos from ICDT host Chad Stanton, you?ll learn step-by-step how to build solid, well-designed items using inexpensive materials and tools from the home center. Using basic hand tools and portable power tools, you can convert dimensional lumber into great-looking furniture for your home. Episode 7: Octagonal Picnic Table Chad hears the call of nature for this episode and decides it's time for an I Can Do That picnic table. Octagonal in shape, with four comfortable stools, this bench will get you outdoors in a weekend! Episodes 8 & 9: Drop Front Desk In our busy digital world, desks aren?t as important as they used to be. But we still need a space to keep our paper organized and it?s always nice to have a place to sit and write a card or note. This two-tone drop front desk with modern flare will tuck against a wall nicely while providing writing space in an instant, and add storage for a number of office supplies. Episode 10: Techniques for Adding Table Legs Learn six methods for adding legs to almost any table, using the I Can Do That! tool set. These include through screws, pocket screws, braces, dowels, loose tenons and mortise-and-tenon joinery. Episode 11: Hall Table Chad builds an attractive hall table with drawers ? great for any entry space. It features tapered legs, fitted overlay drawers and some nice detailing. Episode 12: Asian Jewelry Box For this beautiful and clever jewelry box Chad took the opportunity to refine some joinery using our router table, and because of the intricacy of some of the parts, he takes the time to show some hand tool techniques. About the Host: Chad Stanton has been a full-time licensed contractor and professional furniture maker for 20 years. He has written articles for Popular Woodworking Magazine and American Woodworker and teaches woodworking classes at Woodcraft stores. He also does demonstrations on hand-tool woodworking and home renovation at various shows. He lives and works in Toledo, Ohio.