Well, we know who’s been rummaging in the vegetable patch now! This naughty felt rabbit makes a great Easter pal for cheeky little scamps who just can’t resist raiding the kitchen – who knows what kind of mischief they’ll get up to? It’s the ultimate easy Easter craft which will have you hopping into the weekend…. Continue reading →
*Sponsored by Happy Fabric Valentine’s Day is drawing closer and we’re feeling the love! To celebrate, Happy Fabric has shown us how to add some HappyFlock hearts to the elbows of a plain white jumper; so simple, but so cute. Here’s how to create your own. Once you’ve made your heart elbow patch jumper tag us and Happy Fabric in your… Continue reading →
Channel your inner florist and make this gorgeous floral Easter wreath in time for the long weekend. Little ones can lend a helping hand by foraging for blooms and foliage in your back garden. Show them how to make the posies while you do the wire work and final touches. Don’t forget to show us your makes using #molliemakers.
Since Easter is approaching, we thought it’s about time we have a go at making a crochet egg cosy! We asked self-taught crochet, fibre, and knit wonder woman Stella Melgrati and she kindly provided us with a tutorial just for you. These egg cosies are the ideal Easter craft to start on this weekend and give as little gifts. Shaped like teeny bobble… Continue reading →
We love bunnies more than ever at this time of year, and we’ve invited Claire Garland of Dot Pebbles to hop on over to us to share her felted rabbit pattern with Mollie Makes. There’s plenty of time to make a whole happy family of these before Easter…
The 14th of February is more than just a day to buy your partner a bunch of flowers and a cheap card. It’s about showing all the people in your life just how much they mean to you, including your best pals! To celebrate Palentine’s Day, the lovely Becki Clark has given us the recipe and tutorial… Continue reading →
It’s crochet Pancake Day, hurrah! Well, normal pancake day, but every occasion should be made crafty, right? We’ll have one lemon, one maple syrup and one topped with crochet raspberries, please. Here’s Messyla with an amazing crochet pancake pattern.
Give the welcoming door wreath, that traditional festive decoration, a bright, modern look. The ruffles are easily made from folded circles of felt pinned in place on a polystyrene base, and then decorated with a machine-stitched mistletoe embellishment. Easy to make ribbon bows add a luxurious touch.