Mollie Makes meets Sincerely Louise

Louise Walker of Sincerely Louise with knitted sea creatures

From foxes and deers to unicorns, toucans and even a blobfish, Louise Walker has been knitting up a storm creating her unique yarn kits…

Mollie Makes meets Emily Dawe

Emily Dawe picture by Tia Talula

  Stylist, blogger and workshop tutor Emily Dawe on her ultimate multi-hyphen crafting career…

Why crafting is good for your mental health

Rainbow shared by @yarn_house

Improve your mental wellbeing by picking up your crafting tool of choice and use making as a form of therapy…

National Doodle Day with Jacqueline Colley

Jacqueline Colley tote bag print

Doodling. It’s good for the mind and the soul, keeping your hands busy while your mind wanders. And, even if that drawing is of your pet cat, each little sketch is as much an expression of your creativity as picking up a crochet hook or knitting needles. Doodling is a staple part of our day… Continue reading

Mollie Makes meets The Wool Kitchen

The Wool Kitchen Helen Reed

Indie dyer Helen Reed shares how she swapped careers to start The Wool Kitchen from her kitchen sink, filling her life with colour and lustworthy yarns…

Mollie Makes Meets Little Lucciola

Little Lucciola Travel Doll's House

Thanks to Bethan Rees, our latest craft crush is putting a modern twist on miniature dollhouses. We chat tiny style, and achieving #interiorgoals.

Mollie Makes meets Pinyatay

Pinyatay's Kate Jenkins

Kate Jenkins of Pinyatay reveals how she comes up with her unique designs and why there ain’t no party like a piñata party.

Mollie Makes meets Lucky Dip Club

Lucky Dip Club Leona Thriftola

We chat to Leona Thrift-ola, the maker behind Lucky Dip Club, about snazzy socks, staying colourful and helping the creative community.

Mollie Makes meets This Modern Life

This Modern Life

This Modern Life’s Suzanne Harmer shares her love of finding new designer-makers to create the ideal contemporary home

Mollie Makes meets I Heart Threads Co

Keighly Hearty and Murphy - I Heart Threads Co

Knitwear designer Keighly Hearty tells us why we should ditch fast fashion and buy cruelty-free products.