The sustainability series: 5 eco craft suppliers

Erin Lacey's eco painted tea towels

Erin Lacy is a designer who makes eco paints in beautiful colours. Find her lobster and lemon screen printed tea towel project inside issue 103! Our sustainability series focuses on small improvements you can make to your daily life to help our planet. And, in this blog post, we’ve got some eco-friendly craft supplies that’ll get… Continue reading

The sustainable series: Slow fashion

Bonbi Forest make do and mend illustration

Feature illustration by Lee Foster-Wilson Sustainability and slow fashion are our number one topics here at Mollie, and we’ve got plenty of ways for you to make do and mend. The fab Lottie Storey got chatting to a few designer-makers on how they’re revamping, reusing and restyling instead of hitting the shops. Have a read… Continue reading

The #molliestashchallenge: Fabric purse and pincushion DIY

Mollie Makes fabric purse tutorial

We’ve got another pattern for you! Issue 103 is encouraging you to use up your stash for the #molliestashchallenge and last week we focused on yarn with our reusable cotton pad DIY. But this week we’re focusing on all those leftover pieces of material you have. Or alternatively, all those old but beautifully patterned clothes… Continue reading

The sustainable series: 7 environmentally friendly product swaps

Feature image taken from Botanical Inks extract in Mollie Makes issue 103.  Throughout our sustainable series, we’ll be focusing on all the little ways you can help the planet and become more eco-friendly. Today, we’ve gathered 7 environmentally friendly product swaps so you can reduce your plastic usage and live a little greener. Once you’ve… Continue reading

Meet the Maker: Suzi from Folkestone Harbour Yarn

Suzi from Folkstone Harbour Yarn

The scarf featured above is Suzi’s Folklore scarf – the pattern and kits are available from her Etsy store, Folkestone Harbour Yarn.  This month we’re focusing on sustainability in the crafting community, and asking what we can do to become more eco-friendly. So, while commissioning issue 103’s cover project, we looked into ethical yarn and found the lovely… Continue reading

Issue 103’s charity pick: Born Free

Issue 103 is our sustainability issue and comes with this adorable little tiger gift designed by Bethan Janine. While we were making him and embroidering his flowers, we stumbled across the incredible charity Born Free. And, after reading up on this amazing charity, we found our tiger gift suddenly had a new and very important… Continue reading

Issue 103 out now! Buy yours today

mollie makes issue 103

Brace yourselves, issue 103 is here! For 2019 we made it one of our goals to become more environmentally aware. So this February we’ve dedicated issue 103 to the planet, packing it with projects which use sustainable materials, be it beautiful hand-dye yarns, or items you’ve already got at home. We’ve got loads of social… Continue reading

Download issue 103’s templates!

The new mag has hit the shops and this one’s all about living life a little more environmentally friendly. We’ve got a host of sustainable blog posts coming up to go with issue 103 so keep your eyes peeled for eco interviews, sustainable ideas and thoughtful swaps coming soon! Here are all the templates you need to begin your sustainable… Continue reading

Download your new February wallpaper!

It’s wallpaper time! Issue 103 is our sustainable issue and is packed full of fab eco projects and ethical brands. So, to go with all this environmentally friendly goodness, we thought we needed some nature-themed prints to complement the issue. The lovely Amy Grimes illustrated eight beautiful papers for you to pull out and use in issue… Continue reading