Sabrina Grant presents as objects arrive at the workshop – unused but too precious to be thrown out. A team of expert crafters are ready to transform them into contemporary and functional items.\n\nA clapped out trailer and an enormous wooden garden playhouse are in the workshop today. Danny’s new house doesn’t have the space for them, and they’ve both seen better days. But the playhouse in particular brings back precious memories of family time and having fun. Woodworking wonder woman Daisy and metal sculptor Leigh compete for the chance to make radical transformations.\n\nSeamstress and designer Chinelo has the challenge of transforming a piece of traditional Jamaican fabric. Ava has had it in her wardrobe for years and would love it to be out and on show, as it isn’t just an important part of her cultural heritage, it was a present from her mum who still lives in Jamaica. Chinelo’s determined to transform the fabric into something Ava will love.\n\nDave has been collecting T-shirts for decades, ones that express his identity and bring back memories. But they’re taking up space, and he feels it’s time they became something else. Interior designer Rob thinks he has just the design to capture a sense of nostalgia and breathe new life into Dave’s collection.
Source: BBC 2