Craft Daily | Brand New TV Show!

Craft Daily, the UK’s first instructional craft TV show, will launch on Monday 6th October. You’ll now be able to learn new techniques and pick up tips from the experts in the comfort of your own home!

Covering sewing, embroidery, quilting, knitting, crochet, papercraft, cake decorating and more, Craft Daily will feature high-quality ‘how-to’ craft instruction in an entertaining magazine format. Unique on TV, Craft Daily will bring world-class teachers and demonstrators to explore the nation’s favourite crafts with loads of techniques, tips and tutorials.

Here’s a preview of what you’ll see on this brand new show:

Craft Daily TVOn the first show you’ll meet the presenters, Ali Myer and Ame Verso, who will be the guiding voices through Craft Daily, introducing new sections and discussing projects and techniques. There’s a sneaky peek behind the camera opposite, where you can see them both in action!

From there, superstar author Liz Betts will demonstrate paper piecing techniques as part of her series on beginner quilting, which will run across the first few episodes. Then it’s off to crochet corner, with experienced designer Kristin Omdahl who will show you all the basic crochet stitches and techniques you need to become an expert. And finally, there’s some simple dressmaking, with expert sewer Emily Levey showing you how to make a gathered skirt that doesn’t require a pattern and is really easy to make.

Craft Daily will be available on Sky channel 192 and Freesat channel 402, so make sure you’re tuned in on Monday 6th October! It will be broadcast with one hour of magazine style instructional television, repeated through the week. The show can also be watched live online at

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2 thoughts on “Craft Daily | Brand New TV Show!

  1. The new programme was very good especially the instructions on making the knitted bag. I did think though that it was all a little stilted, but I am sure that will be sorted by the next series. Can’t wait until the next series.