As Mollie contrib, Olivia Gordon notes in Mollie Makes 64 that crafting with children can often be rather dramatic! Aside from making sure paint stays on the paper (instead of the walls, the carpet, or in little mouths), crafting with younguns can sometimes feel like herding cats. Someone usually ends up in tears (and more often than… Continue reading
These easy, versatile yarn tassels can be used for everything from styling events to sprucing up your gift wrapping
Mollie Makes 63, our first spring issue of the year with tiny hands on the cover and two FREE gifts. Make the springtime bunny plush, crochet character jars and stitch a pair of baby booties. Lots more (pastel pretties) inside…
This woven ombré wall hanging by Alex Dao is the only January blues we’re allowing right now… Woven wall hangings are a great way of bringing loads of colour and texture to any space. They’re not too precious to be touched, and add an instant element of modern cosy wherever you hang them. And thanks… Continue reading
Keep your keys safe with this clever birdhouse and keyring duo from Pygmy Cloud
Tasked with making a few quick and easy Halloween costumes? Give any outfit an ethereal touch with a fantastical glittery antler headband. Get the full DIY by Georgina Doull below.
Wrap good reads and notebooks in our two-stitch, easy-knit book cover pattern by Julie Picard complete with a little pocket for highlighters or hooks. A sleeve for the bookish crafter!
Sunny summer days are made for heading into the garden and getting creative with the kids. These cheap and cheerful DIY ideas from around the web are fun for little ones (and grown ups!) to try – no matter what the weather has in store.
What happens when team Mollie get their mitts on a Wool and the Gang‘s Jackson DIY Backpack? It gets Mollie-fied! In this easy-to-follow tutorial, digital editor, Nina Camacho shows you how to put a pom (and tassels) on it. Here’s how…
This Panda Mask is a quick printable with big impact. With only a couple of folds, and a few tabs to dab with glue (or double-sided tape: Mari’s preferred quick-fix craft adhesive!) you’ll be able to wear this mask in no time. The only decision to make: what kind of elastic, ribbon, string, or fancy… Continue reading