This year, Hobbycraft is inviting us to inject a pop of brilliant colour into our family festivities with this wonderfully fun and bright bauble chandelier – it will add a festive touch to any home, and is guaranteed to cheer up even the gloomiest of winter days. All you need to get started is a… Continue reading →
Add a playful touch to grown up outfits with Ayda Algin’s just-for-us scarf in peach, pistachio and grey. If you need more winter wardrobe makes and inspiration, remember to pick up the latest copy of Mollie Makes or subscribe!
If we can’t jet off to some snowy mountain peaks this winter, we can at least knit our own. There’s something of the après ski feel to these fun, knitted wrist warmers – we’re picturing ourselves wearing them while sat in a wooden alpine chalet, sipping on eggnog and eating Christmas biscuits. They were kindly designed… Continue reading →
Sorry 🙁 Issue 98’s crochet wrap tutorial has an error in the pattern. The instructions for Row 42 should begin ‘ch4, 1dc in st at base of ch4…’ Now you’ve got the correct instruction, get hooking! Show off your crochet wrap We love seeing your makes, so remember to share your chunky winter makes with us using… Continue reading →
A summery scrap-busting project you can make in under 30 minutes! Turn your cut-offs and fabric scraps into origami butterflies with a project by Kitchen Table Sewing. Remember to subscribe to Mollie Makes, or pick up our latest issue, for more fabulous makes and jewellery inspo.
Here at Mollie Makes, mental health is a topic close to our hearts and we believe that crafting can help. In fact, we recently wrote a blog post on it (you can read it here). We’re so pleased that the charity Mind is holding a Crafternoon! What’s Mind’s Crafternoon all about? This Christmas, Mind’s Crafternoon… Continue reading →
Issue 98 features this cute PJ set by the amazing Phoebe Thorpe but due to a printing error, there’s a little mistake with the template at the back. The size in the mag is for a tot ages 2-3 years. In our new set of templates below, we’ve included the full, correct pattern for ages: 6-12… Continue reading →
Step aside marble – your speckled cousin terrazzo is taking the spotlight in interiors and homewares right now. Designer, Sophie Gibbons from Junk and Glitter, shows you how to make these clay coasters which are bound to fancy up your next drinks gathering. Use neutral shades of polymer clay to keep it minimal, or swap in… Continue reading →
We’ve made a mistake 🙁 The measurements for the macramé necklace in issue 97 all need to be x by 10. The first instruction should read; Cut five 100cm lengths of rope (39 3/8″), a 160cm length of rope (63″) , and a 30cm length (11 7/8″). With the longer length, measure 35cm (13 3/4″) down from… Continue reading →