Appliqué flowers crochet pattern for British Flower Week, Day 1

Happy British Flowers Week! Celebrate with a week of free crochet flower patterns from us and Pavilion Craft, publishers of the Mollie Makes craft books

DIY jewellery: Cross stitch wooden pendant

Show off your stitches with this exclusive wooden pendant or brooch – plus 18 different design ideas!

The Crush Catalogue: Wall Hangings

Crushing on wall hangings? Us too! We’ve gathered top buys and DIYs from around the web including scalloped wooden numbers, miniature wall hangings, painted gem designs and more. Take a look…

How to make a mug cosy

Stitch our exclusive neon mug cosy design with Samantha Stas. Go on, be a diamond!

How to make a fabric flower brooch

How to make a spring brooch with fabric flowers and vintage buttons | Mollie Makes

Got your free fabric flower kit in Mollie Makes 62 (when purchased at Morrisons)? Dip into your fabric stash (or scraps) and stitch a spring brooch with textile artist Gemma Nemer. These little blooms are a doddle to make, and since each petal is hand stitched with treasured fabric, you’ll want to accessorise everything! Pin to… Continue reading

DIY whimsical floral headband

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.

DIY macrame garden chair

Here’s a summer project you’ll definitely want to try your hand at – a macrame-wrapped chair by Alison Allen

How to jazz up a DIY backpack

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…

Free digital issue of Mollie Makes

Happy Friday, #molliemakers! Enjoy a free back issue of Mollie Makes magazine on us…

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.