This blog post is sponsored by Mind. On 20 July it’s Mind’s summer Crafternoon! Gather your fave people, grab some snacks and a glass of something cold and host a crafty afternoon to raise vital funds for Mind, the mental health charity. One of the best parts of hosting a Crafternoon is choosing what you… Continue reading
More than just a hobby, crafting is a way to easily use existing skills to empower ourselves and others. Lottie Storey shows us how… Using your power for good Here’s a secret you might not already know: crafters are superheroes. As well as being able to transform our tools of the trade – yarn, paper, fabric… Continue reading
Issue 103 is our sustainability issue and comes with this adorable little tiger gift designed by Bethan Janine. While we were making him and embroidering his flowers, we stumbled across the incredible charity Born Free. And, after reading up on this amazing charity, we found our tiger gift suddenly had a new and very important… Continue reading
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
Ready for a sunny crafternoon? Plan an afternoon of crafting for cause and help raise funds for Mind. Take a look at these three projects you could make when you host a Mind Crafternoon workshop.
Throughout July, the British Heart Foundation will be launching #TheBigStitch, a national campaign to encourage shoppers to buy clothing from BHF and inject their own fashion flair to it.
Secret’s out! We’re working on the brand new edition of The Big Comic Relief Crafternoon – a magazine to help raise funds for Red Nose Day. Want to use your craft skills for a good cause? Plan a crafternoon, buy the magazine for patterns and inspiration and make your stitches matter!
It always feels better to give than receive, so why not use your crafting skills for good and help others with your makes. Here’s a look at six hashtags keeping us inspired to make for others
Mind launch their Christmas Crafternoon aimed at bringing friends, family or colleagues together through craft for an afternoon of festive making to raise money for mental health. Kate O’Sullivan of A Playful Day talks to Kat Goldin, Fran Stone, Joanne Scrace, Emma Mitchell and Sarah Knight about the meaning of craft, plus they share feel-good project ideas.
Introducing The Big Comic Relief Crafternoon – a new magazine to help raise funds for Red Nose Day