Unusual Workspaces: Hotwalls Studios

Backing on to a beach and in 15th century fortifications, the Hotwalls Studios is a collection of artists and makers in truly unique surroundings…

Unusual Workspaces: Made By Mim’s vintage caravan and home studio

Made by Mim - Mim McCormack - Pictures by Zoe Bateman

Everyone needs a place to make. Whether it’s sewing on your sofa or potting in your shed, all our maker spaces are different, but some just take our breath away. We take a look inside Mim McCormack’s unique vintage home where she makes fabric dolls…

Mollie Makes meets Donna Wilson

Donna Wilson by Gareth Hacker

Textile designer Donna Wilson on her colourful and messy workspace and what she’s looking for in a winning entry at this year’s Mollie Makes Handmade Awards…

Mollie Makes meets Sara Tasker

Me & Orla blogger Sara Tasker on being a Mollie Makes Handmade Awards judge and how to grow your social media following…

Mollie Makes meets Jane Foster

Jane Foster

Mollie Makes Handmade Awards judge Jane Foster reveals how winning a Mollie Makes award boosted her business and how she stays inspired…

Mollie Makes meets Laerke Bagger

Laerke Bagger

Knitwear designer Laerke Bagger’s knitwear is some of the most intricate and stunning slow fashion around. Meet her and discover her exceptional bead and knitwear mash ups…

Meet Krysten Ritter, We Are Knitters’ celebrity designer

Krysten Ritter - Snood

Actress and yarn fanatic Krysten Ritter on designing her first knitting kit for We Are Knitters…

Mollie Makes meets Jodie Carleton

Australian craft blogger Jodie Carleton shares what inspires her cute makes and why her ideal crafternoon would go global…

Mollie Makes meets Lia Griffith

Lia Griffith

We caught up with Lia Griffith to discover her top tips for crafting bouquets from paper and to find out the inspiration behind her project for The Big Comic Relief Crafternoon.

Mollie Makes meets Papio Press

Papio Press Zanna Goldhawk

Illustrator Zanna Goldhawk tells us why working with her husband Harry as Papio Press is a labour of love…