Best craft books for Christmas: Fabric books


A craft book is a top buy for Christmas! Here at Mollie Makes we’ve done the leg work to find the best craft books  to pop on a wishlist or give as a gift.

There’s nothing better than receiving a page-turning, project-filled craft tome that inspires and thrills. Those crisp pages that reveal sumptuous snaps of things to come – or at the very least – projects to add to the New Year’s resolution list we “will definitely stick to this year!”

If your craft book collection is so-last-year here are the best fabric books out there – you can’t go wrong.


All Sewn Up

Chloë Owens mixes it up in this mew release, showing you how to turn old fabrics into contemporary and colourful 60s-inspired makes for the home. And it’s illustrated by she of pug-love fame, Gemma Correll. Win win. Buy or add to your wishlist here


Just Sew Stories

Hurrah! Our very own book reviewer Katie Allen has her own tome out, Just Sew Stories, and we couldn’t be prouder. It’s out now and we’ve been fighting over our advance copy. ‘Nuff said. Buy or add to your wishlist here


Sew Over It

Expert crafter, Lisa Comfort, shares the secrets of her infectious sewing passion in her first book. With 25 easy-to-follow projects – from customising vintage pieces to making accessories from scratch – there’s a guide to all the basics of hand and machine sewing, too. Buy or add to your wishlist here


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