We’ve filled our new Mollie Makes How to Sew book with over 80 techniques and 20 easy projects for you to try. Grab yourself a copy using our exclusive offer for Mollie readers below…
Our best-selling knit and crochet books are now out in paperback! Bring them with you on the move, flick to your desired project and away you go. Nab yourself a copy using our exclusive offer for Mollie readers below…
Our brand new craft book, Mollie Makes: How to Knit includes 20 all new, never-before-seen knitting patterns and techniques. Make fair isle hot water bottle covers, beautiful neck warmers, bobble hat cushions, kawaii kittens, and lots more toys and gifts.
We’ve teamed up with Laurence King Publishing to give away 5 copies of Upcycle: 24 Sustainable DIY Projects by Rebecca Proctor.
Uncover the secrets of how to publish a book and realise your author ambitions. Get insider tips from Amy Christian, commissioning editor of Pavilion Books (Mollie Makes’ book publisher).
Get wrapped up in our brand new craft book, Mollie Makes Papercraft. Make 3D greetings cards, mini watermelon party piñatas, paper flower topped gift boxes, paper cactus projects and much more, out now.
It’s the weekend, makers! Two days which are decidedly more fetching than the five before them. When breakfast in bed and sociable crafting is on the forefront of our minds. So, go on, steal a moment this weekend to do exactly what you want.
No trip to London is complete without a visit to Liberty, the historic department store with a to-die-for haberdashery and its own range of traditional-with-a-twist fabrics. The Liberty Book of Simple Sewing, like its predecessor The Liberty Book of Home Sewing, brings all that floral-print loveliness and grown-up glamour straight to your sewing table. Fans… Continue reading
Something you want, something you need, something to wear, and something to read… It’s a good rule for Christmas present shopping. But we might have to ask Father Christmas for a few more things to read, as there are so many craft book crackers on this list.
If we had a magic carpet, we’d travel from 14th-century France to Uzbekistan via India, Sweden and Spain, picking up stitching ideas as we went. Luckily, Clare Youngs’ Folk Art Needlecraft does just that without the need for anything fancier than a needle and thread. Read on for the the full review of Folk Art… Continue reading