Kirstie's Fill Your House for Free
2 Series, 17 Episodes
Under the charming instruction of master florist Sioned Rowlands, Kirstie learns how to create a flower arrangement for the 'petite' category at the Royal Cornwall Show.
Craft champion Kirstie Allsopp learns paper sculpture, decoupage and paper embroidery for greeting cards and feels she has found her calling. Will the judges at the Royal Wales Show agree?
Kirstie gets her bangers in a twist making bangers and pork pies for a competition at the Nidderdale Show.
Kirstie's battle in the afternoon tea tent at the Devon County Show is not for the faint hearted
With machine embroidery, patchwork quilting and appliqué to learn, Kirstie's task to make a winning cushion for the Great Yorkshire Show is far from cushy
By bravely attempting an improvised floral arrangement at the Royal Cornwall Show, Kirstie throws herself into the competitive world of floral arranging
Kirstie teams up with some of the fiercest competitors in the crafting world: the Women's Institute. Can they all agree to disagree on their final entry for the New Forest and Hampshire County Show?
Homemaking wonder woman Kirstie Allsopp explores our very own home grown grub and finds out the recipes to classics like the Cornish pasty, Yorkshire pudding, and brawn
In her element when willow weaving with specialist Eddie Glew, Kirstie faces some stiff competition in the hard craft category at the Chagford Show in Devon
Kirstie is at the Changford Show in Devon and decides to enter a homemade elderflower cordial into the garden crafts competition. Kirstie's proud of her attempt, but will it win her a prize?
Battling it out with the best in the shortbread competition at the Chagford Show, could Kirstie's batches of rosemary and lavender shortbread be too radical for the judges?
With Redhills Community Primary School, Kirstie makes a scarecrow for her local county show at Chagford, learns how to 'show' a saddleback pig and judges young sheep handlers.
Up against an origami black belt in the Something New from Something Old competition at the Royal Wales Show, will Kirstie's vintage paper jewellery stand a chance?
Kirstie enters the single cake class at the Devon County Show with her own Caribbean cake recipe. In the cut throat world of master bakers, nothing gets past the judges.
At the Devon County show Kirstie learns about beekeeping and making beeswax candles, as well as discovering the deceptively simple secret of homemade handscrub
As a surprise for some guests, Kirstie makes two delicious mains: roast beef with mulled wine gravy; and for the vegetarians, masala cauliflower with coconut stuffing.
Kirstie Allsopp is in sweet-tooth heaven as she learns how to make candy in Manhattan and, back in the UK, creates perfect passion fruit marshmallows covered in chocolate and coconut.
Using new leather offcuts as well as recycled leather coats, decorative paper and cartridge paper, expert bookbinder Isabelle Ting helps Kirstie Allsopp make a notebook for Phil Spencer.
Cider-maker Andy Thomstone shows Kirstie how to make a winter version of one of our favourite drinks, and to make use of any leftover lemons, there is a recipe for the Italian favourite limoncello.
Kirstie battles it out at the Nidderdale Show with her sausage competition entry. Will her caramelised onion flavour win over the judges?
The ladies at Merched Y Wawr, the Welsh version of the Women's Institute, show Kirstie how to make pretty petals using gelatine
Victoria Cranfield, who has won gold medals for her jams and jellies, leads Kirstie through the torturous task of removing every stone by hand as Kirstie learns how to make damson jam.