'Making It' Season 3 Full Cast List: Meet Becca Barnet, Adam Kingman and other crafters of NBC show

'Making It' Season 3 will see eight contestants compete each other to win the $100,000 grand prize

                            'Making It' Season 3 Full Cast List: Meet Becca Barnet, Adam Kingman and other crafters of NBC show
Adam Kingman and Becca Barnet in 'Making It' (NBC)

'Making It' gives a fun and whimsical spin to reality shows. At the same time, it also functions as a springboard for those hoping to make a career out of crafting. The NBC series pits eight contestants against each other in building projects that have to be not just quick but creative. Holdover hosts Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman will provide comic relief, while crafters put on a good show.

As you wait for 'Making It' Season 3 to hit your TV screens, as prep you can watch 'Blown Away' and 'Craftopia'. The other reality competition series that will keep you engaged are 'Nailed It' and 'Sugar Rush'. Both are streaming on Netflix. 


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While Jessie Lamworth, Gary Herd, Blake McFarland, Maria Antoinette, Kaviya Ravi, Adam Kingman, Becca Barnet and Chelsea Andersson will compete for the $100,000 grand prize, judges Simon Doonan and Dayna Isom Johnson will be judging them based on their outputs on 'Making It'.

Jessie Lamworth 


Lamworth grew up on a farm with her two mothers, Marla and Joyce, where she took care of pigs and chickens. When not tending to farm animals, she spent her time creating little handmade goods. She graduated from Haverford College with a Bachelor of Arts in the interdisciplinary program of ‘Growth and Structure of Cities.’ Currently, she creates food art, animations and sculptures for his clients.

Gary Herd 


Herd is multi-talented. He's a woodworker who sings and acts at local musical theatres. He has been running a YouTube Channel - The Bearded Woodworker - for a couple of years, which almost has 9,000 followers. He's also a mural painter and is keen on sharing handyman tutorials on his social channels. He is married to his best friend Sara, and the couple has a 13-year-old boy, Alexander.

Blake McFarland

We've got an up-cycler in McFarland. But there's a backstory to this.


He used to be a professional athlete, played baseball for eight years for the Toronto Blue Jays. Unfortunately, a shoulder injury ended his career, and later, he channeled all of his pent-up energy into making crafts. He runs a YouTube channel - BM Sculptures - where he shares interesting tutorials ranging from life-size sculptures and intricate woodwork figurines.

Maria Antoinette 


A lifestyle blogger, wife, mother, and entrepreneur, Antoinette is a celebrity hairstylist. Her work has appeared in Lifetime Network and global campaigns. Also, she had launched a digital imprint that reached over 350,000, which pushed her to expand her brand. Currently, she resides in Tennessee with her husband and son, Garrison.

Kaviya Ravi 


This First-Generation Indian American works as a display coordinator with Anthropologie. She has been married 15 years now and credits her husband for her crafting achievements. Her forte is bright and bold colors. Ravi has a BFA degree in Interior Architecture and is a fan of conceptual art.

Adam Kingman

Nicknamed 'Fun Finder' for a reason, his craftwork ranges from unique masks to balloon monsters. Kingman is an industrial designer who lays the groundwork for functional outdoor equipment, which is where his inspiration to create things out of unlikely mediums comes from.


He is a Disney lover and hopes to become an Imagineer someday.

Becca Barnet 


Barnet used art as a way to escape from the teasing at school. She was often dubbed "awkward." Fortunately, she received support from his father, who encouraged her to go to school and become an artist. She completed BFA in illustration, following which she went to the Missouri Taxidermy Institute. Barnet is a South Carolina native, where she lives with her husband and son. She is known for her large-scale illustrations and interior design work in Charleston.

Chelsea Andersson 


A truly gifted Californian, Andersson's focus has always been dollhouses, miniatures, and paper crafter sets for stop motion ad campaigns. Raised in New York, this crafter always found herself surrounded by creativity. Her dad taught her not to be scared of power tools, while her mother shared gardening and sowing skills. When not creating magic with her craftworks, she is hiking.

'Making It' Season 3 premieres on June 24, Thursday at 8/7c. For more information, check your local listings.