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Video: How to cross stitch furniture

DIY: How to cross stitch furniture | Mollie Makes

Want to do something really fancy to your furniture? Gather your tapestry yarns and find the drill bits, this DIY’s just for you.

Needle felting tutorial: Mini teacup pincushion

Needle felting tutorial - Teacup Pincushion | Mollie Makes

Look, it’s a mini teacup! And you know how we feel about mini things. Ever tried needle felting? This tutorial by Gretel Parker is a great project to get you started. You can make a set for the little ones in your life (only the best china for our tikes) or make one to use as… Continue reading

How to dip dye rope baskets

Give storage an ombré update. Bianca Hall shows us how to dip dye rope baskets in one simple step

DIY Christmas decorations: Origami star tutorial

It’s time to put up the tree and make DIY Christmas decorations! Here’s a simple origami star tutorial for the whole family that you can whip up using paper scraps or last year’s Christmas gift wrap.

Embroidery patterns: firework hoop art

Fireworks embroidery pattern design

Forget firecrackers, whip up your own fireworks display with our free embroidery design by Mollie Johanson

How to make watercolour lace statement necklaces

Get revamped Victoriana style with one of Jeska Hearne’s antique lace statement necklaces, updated with splashes of aqua and jewels aplenty

How to make a macramé plant hanger

Dangle potted succulents in 70s neon macrame plant hangers. Ideal for brightening up indoor spaces or prettifying the front porch. Learn how to make your own with our easy step-by-step tutorial.

Get a free digital issue of Mollie Makes

It’s freebie time! Download your free issue of Mollie Makes 39 on the Apple newsstand to get free crochet patterns and more crafty goodness. Hurry, offer ends 26 May 2014. 

Pep up your summer tote with cross stitch

Up for customising your tote bag? Turn it into a one-of-a-kind carrier with retro cross stitch patterns. It’s super simple and you’ll only need a few things to get started. Cross stitch one giant flower or scale the design down to repeat the pattern all over the fabric. Go on, give your tote new life… Continue reading