Modern crafters move in to a Victorian arts and crafts commune. This week, the crafters concentrate on the communal areas of the house, and create a decorative pergola.
In the final episode, Anita Rani, potter Keith Brymer Jones, and arts and crafts expert and dealer Patch Rogers set the 21st-century crafters their toughest set of challenges so far. Concentrating on the communal areas of the house they are have to craft from scratch a heavy metal weather vane, a decorative mirror, write, publish and print their own magazine and create a decorative pergola for the front of the house. All within a week.
Working together as a group they will see if the arts and crafts philosophies of John Ruskin and William Morris have sunk in, and if living the 1890's communal has helped them to better understand the depth and scale of the arts and crafts movement both as a power for artistic and social change. But will they get it all done in time to celebrate with a ball and fireworks display at the end of their month in the house and will they have learnt anything about what it means to be a creative crafter from their time as a Victorian?
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|Presenter||Keith Brymer Jones|
|Series Editor||Jeremy Daldry|
|Executive Producer||Lisa Hazlehurst|
|Executive Producer||Nick Catliff|
|Production Manager||Michelle Tierney|
|Production Company||Lion Television|