Kirstie's Handmade Britain
About the Show
Queen of the homemade home Kirstie Allsopp returns with a series that really tests her mettle as a craftswoman
Series 1 Summary
Queen of the handmade and all things crafty, Kirstie Allsopp returns with a new series that will really test her mettle as a craftswoman.
Kirstie heads to the Devon County Show, where she enters some of her finest baked goods in the Afternoon Tea competition. Kirstie needs to perfect her scones, homemade jam and kumquat eclairs.
Kirstie tackles the art of paper crafts, endeavouring to create amazing pieces it's hard to believe are just made from paper and she is taking part in competition at The Royal Welsh Show
Kirstie Allsopp takes on some complex needlework challenges as she enters a cushion of her own design into the needlecraft competition at the Great Yorkshire Show.
Kirstie attempts to perfect the art of flower arranging for the floral art competitions at the Royal Cornwall Show. Can she continue her winning ways with flowers?
Kirstie enters the notoriously competitive world of the Women's Institute as she prepares to enter the New Forest and Hampshire County Show in group crafts, producing a needle felt robin.
Kirstie enters four different events at her local country fair, the Chagford Show in Devon, including elderflower cordial and rosemary shortbread. She also does some Morris dancing.
Kirstie's cooking up a storm by entering her pies and sausages into the Nitterdale show. With ingredients from pig's head to trotter including the brain she really is going the whole hog!
Kirstie presents the first of two festive specials full of gorgeous treats and inspiration for a thoroughly crafty Christmas.
Having mastered the 12 crafts of Christmas, Kirstie shows off her skills at a magnificent, and very merry, annual Christmas fair - with carol singing, spiced cider and fine food.
Kirstie's Handmade Britain synopsis
Queen of the homemade home Kirstie Allsopp returns with a series that really tests her mettle as a craftswomanEpisode Guide >