Use your stash of embroidery threads to make a stack of friendship bracelets using these four easy-to-follow tutorials. When you’re done, share them with your friends or use it to refashion last year’s sandals (see Mollie Makes 69 for the how-to).
Use the felt from your craft stash or the goodies provided in your free pom pom necklace kit in Mollie Makes 69 (out on Thursday, 21 July) to make this abstract felt scalloped necklace…
Add shimmer to your outfits with Charlotte Smith’s necklace design “This necklace has been inspired by long hot summer days and the thought of dancing the night away at a festival. I love the relaxed boho look of summer dressing − simple cotton dresses layered with heaps of unusual jewellery collected from faraway shores. This… Continue reading
Struggling to hunt down that illusive perfect bead? In Mollie Makes 65 we show you a nifty way to design and make your own gems! Go for a fun rainbow palette or keep things subtle with muted and pastel shades. To really mix things up, add contrasting pendants and other beads for an interesting take… Continue reading
Get the ink without the ouch in our super-easy DIY tattoo tutorial.
Bath in Fashion returns on April 18–24 to celebrate the best of British fashion. Take a look inside the programme packed with creative workshops, talks and catwalks. Can’t wait, see you there!
Jazz up a plain t-shirt or dress with this gorgeous embellished collar by Charlotte Smith of Lotts and Lots. It’ll work really well with anything high-necked, and the neon beads contrast nicely with the delicate lace. We sourced the collar from eBay, and you could also try hunting for a vintage one on Etsy or… Continue reading
Forget about the couture designers of Paris and take a look at the originators of individuality in South East Asia. Here are the 10 Vietnamese textile tribes you should know about.
Crochet forever! Show your commitment to crochet by hooking up infinity symbol jewellery for you and your crafty friends. Better yet, plan a craft night in, share a link to this free crochet pattern and hook it up together. Let’s begin…
We’ve never attempted making bras. We can tick off knickers (The Makery do a lovely knickers kit if you’re looking to make some) but bralettes haven’t really been on the list of things to sew. Is this the same for you? That’s about to change because not only do these lingerie patterns look fairly simple… Continue reading