Craft daily returns to TV screen on 14th september 2015

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Craft Daily Returns to TV Screens on Monday! 

Craft Daily returns to TV screens this month with a new series of programmes exploring the nation’s favourite crafts – including a Festival of Quilts special, filmed at the 2015 event.

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Airing from 14 September for 12 weeks, the latest series is available on Sky 261, Freesat 402 and Freeview 254 on Mondays at 10.30am and Thursdays at 7pm.

As the only instructional craft TV show in the UK, Craft Daily is gaining a huge following, with over 625,000 viewers tuning in to the last series.

For more information, to catch up on previous episodes and to learn more about the new series visit www.craftdaily.co.uk

So, what does Episode 1 have in store?

Craft Daily at the Festival of Quilts   If you were at this year’s festival you may have seen the Craft Daily cast and crew filming an episode of the show from the NEC. Broadcasting on Mon 14 and Thur 17 Sept at the above channels and times, you can join Love Patchwork and Quilting Editor Jenny Fox-Proverbs as she interviews Kaffe Fassett (pictured) , Luke Haynes and Vivien Finch of the Quilter’s Guild and picks her favourite quilts from the competition galleries. Perhaps you’ll spot yourself! 

Series 3 Highlights

Highlights from the forthcoming series include the UK premiere of Katy Jones QNNtv show Quilt Monkey (pictured), dressmaking tips from the experts at BurdaStyle, fabric printing workshops from textile designer Zeena Shah, plus knitting, crochet, spinning, sewing, appliqué, embroidery, beading, papercraft, flower arranging, cake decorating and more. 

Tune in from 14 September at the above channels and times.  If you miss it, you can catch the episode on the Craft Daily website!

Remember it’s on  Sky 261, Freesat 402 and Freeview 254 on Mondays at 10.30am and Thursdays at 7pm or you can catch the live stream at www.craftdaily.co.uk.

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