WFWA 39 Create! TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WFWA 39 Create! in the South Bend/Elkhart Area

This is the WFWA 39 Create! TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the South Bend/Elkhart Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

4:30 AMClassic Woodworking 
A contemporary take on a classic design of the Adirondack lawn chair.
5:00 AMRick Steves' Europe 
Rick dances with Spaniards at Sevilla's April Fair, celebrates Bastille Day in Paris, runs with the bulls at Pamplona, and hoists a frothy stein at Munich's Oktoberfest.
5:30 AMThe Best of The Joy of Painting 
Bob Ross shows how to paint a little cabin and shed, nestled in the snowdrifts.
6:00 AMMake: 
Taking aerial photos with camera-equipped kites; building an air cannon that can launch burritos and hot dogs. Also: a giant MP3 player; vegetable flutes; remote-control robots.
6:30 AMBeads, Baubles, and Jewels 
Eva Sherman with premade metal cuff to display mokume gane polymer; Candie Cooper with a paisley pendant aided by a die cut; and Tamara Honaman with premade bezel blanks.
7:00 AMQuilting Arts 
Whether you're an armchair traveler or a world explorer, a key building block to developing your quilt style is an openness to other cultures and countries – they can be a wealth of inspiration to expand our quilting expression. We begin with world traveler, Luana Rubin. Travel with her to the Festival of Quilts in Birmingham, England and learn about the European art quilt movement.
7:30 AMPainting With Paulson 
Buck uses oil paint for the first stage of a seascape with large waves crashing against the shore.
8:00 AMAmerican Woodshop 
Design Innovator Barry Todd shares inspiring woodturning ideas. Eric Gorges of A Craftsman's Legacy shows creative shop design tips. Suzy's live edge table shines in her new barn woodshop.
8:30 AMWoodsmith Shop 
The team shows how to make a classic rocker.
9:00 AMCiao Italia 
Mary Ann champions the humble cauliflower by showing creative ways to change it. Her roasted cauliflower has a spicy red pepper, oregano, and tomato paste rub. Then it's time for spaghetti with cauliflower, graced with garlic, anchovy paste, and red peppers. For the finale, a thick slab of cauliflower steak is featured, brushed with garlic, celery salt, and oregano.
9:30 AMLucky Chow 
Featuring several Asian establishments that have been passed on to the next generation. Includes Chino Farms; Ota Tofu; and more.
10:00 AMIn the Americas With David Yetman 
A look at the transformation of the city of Medellin.
10:30 AMJoseph Rosendo's Travelscope 
Northwest Ontario is explored via the Trans-Canada Highway. Included: the region's new parks and conservation areas; farmers markets; and emerging culinary scene.
11:00 AMRick Steves' Europe 
Rick takes a tour of Sicilian highlights, from Palermo to Taormina.
11:30 AMThe Best of The Joy of Painting 
Bob Ross captures a great mountain and forest scene on specially cut plywood.
12:00 PMCiao Italia 
Mary Ann champions the humble cauliflower by showing creative ways to change it. Her roasted cauliflower has a spicy red pepper, oregano, and tomato paste rub. Then it's time for spaghetti with cauliflower, graced with garlic, anchovy paste, and red peppers. For the finale, a thick slab of cauliflower steak is featured, brushed with garlic, celery salt, and oregano.
12:30 PMLucky Chow 
Featuring several Asian establishments that have been passed on to the next generation. Includes Chino Farms; Ota Tofu; and more.
1:00 PMQuilting Arts 
Whether you're an armchair traveler or a world explorer, a key building block to developing your quilt style is an openness to other cultures and countries – they can be a wealth of inspiration to expand our quilting expression. We begin with world traveler, Luana Rubin. Travel with her to the Festival of Quilts in Birmingham, England and learn about the European art quilt movement.
1:30 PMPainting With Paulson 
Buck uses oil paint for the first stage of a seascape with large waves crashing against the shore.
2:00 PMAmerican Woodshop 
Design Innovator Barry Todd shares inspiring woodturning ideas. Eric Gorges of A Craftsman's Legacy shows creative shop design tips. Suzy's live edge table shines in her new barn woodshop.
2:30 PMWoodsmith Shop 
The team shows how to make a classic rocker.
3:00 PMThe Best of The Joy of Painting 
Bob Ross captures a great mountain and forest scene on specially cut plywood.
3:30 PMQuilting Arts 
Whether you're an armchair traveler or a world explorer, a key building block to developing your quilt style is an openness to other cultures and countries – they can be a wealth of inspiration to expand our quilting expression. We begin with world traveler, Luana Rubin. Travel with her to the Festival of Quilts in Birmingham, England and learn about the European art quilt movement.
4:00 PMCiao Italia 
Mary Ann champions the humble cauliflower by showing creative ways to change it. Her roasted cauliflower has a spicy red pepper, oregano, and tomato paste rub. Then it's time for spaghetti with cauliflower, graced with garlic, anchovy paste, and red peppers. For the finale, a thick slab of cauliflower steak is featured, brushed with garlic, celery salt, and oregano.
4:30 PMLucky Chow 
Featuring several Asian establishments that have been passed on to the next generation. Includes Chino Farms; Ota Tofu; and more.

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