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Doughnut pincushion Mollie Makes

If you’ve been lucky enough to pick up a bumper pack of Mollie then you’ll be itching to get started on your new gifts. Our crochet doughnut pin cushion from issue 96 and crochet mandala from 92 are both up for grabs, along with a copy of our latest issue. You can pick up your bumper pack… Continue reading

5 must-make children’s clothing patterns

Children's clothing patterns by Makerist

This blog post is sponsored by Makerist.com  The Great British Sewing Bee is on the TV and our Tilly and the Button sewing pattern is issue 104’s gift, so you can tell we’re truly on the sewing hype for this spring. But once you’ve sewn yourself a new spring wardrobe it’s time to focus on some clothes for your own… Continue reading

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Mollie Makes issue 104

Issue 104 has landed and it’s got all the spring sewing vibes you could possibly want. The Great British Sewing Bee has got us all entranced in the office, especially after we interviewed Esme Young and Charlotte Newland! We decided to help you catch the sewing bug by giving you an amazing Tilly and the Buttons… Continue reading

Download issue 104’s templates today

Mollie Makes issue 104 cover

Our March mag has hit the shops and this one has us very excited for spring. Issue 104’s gift was designed by our absolute faves Tilly and the Buttons so you can sew yourself a new pair of trousers and a jumpsuit by picking up the mag! Great British Sewing Bee eat your heart out. But… Continue reading

Download your new desktop wallpaper!

wallpaper by Abbey Withington

Who wants a free desktop wallpaper? Issue 104 is our spring issue and is packed full of projects that will make you ready to say goodbye to winter. The mag also has a feature on the influence of Bauhaus, in honour of its 100th anniversary. So, in keeping with this theme, we’ve had a set of papers designed just… Continue reading

Your new Tilly and the Buttons Pattern

Mollie Makes issue 104 Tilly and Buttons pattern

Here in the office, we’re very into the Great British Sewing Bee. So much so that it inspired us to start thinking of how we could include more sewing into the mag. We wanted to give you #molliemakers some simple but on-trend patterns to start you on your handmade wardrobe journey. But in order to do that, we needed… Continue reading

The sustainable series: Slow fashion

Bonbi Forest make do and mend illustration

Feature illustration by Lee Foster-Wilson Sustainability and slow fashion are our number one topics here at Mollie, and we’ve got plenty of ways for you to make do and mend. The fab Lottie Storey got chatting to a few designer-makers on how they’re revamping, reusing and restyling instead of hitting the shops. Have a read… Continue reading

The sustainable series: 5 tips for an ethical wardrobe

Liz Bryson

Issue 103 is all about making those little changes in your life to help you start saving the planet, and where better to begin than with your wardrobe? As part of our sustainable series here on the blog, we’re sharing our five tips for making your wardrobe greener. Soon you’ll be wearing head-to-toe sustainable clothing, strutting down… Continue reading

International Women’s Day – Meet Atia

Atia from @brightblooms

To celebrate International Women’s Day we interviewed crafter, blogger and influencer Atia from The Bright Blooms to get her thoughts on female empowerment and inclusivity. Happy International Women’s Day! As a rather fabulous woman, we’d love you to share a bit about yourself with our #molliemakers. Thank you! My name is Atia and I’m a… Continue reading

International Women’s Day: Gudrun Sjödén competition

Gudrun Sjödén compeition

To celebrate International Women’s Day, female-led designer Gudrun Sjödén are giving away £150 to one lucky Mollie reader. The winner can spend their prize on any clothing or homeware at Gudrun’s online store and trust us, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Enter the competition here, good luck! Spring has sprung in the Gudrun store with a collection… Continue reading