A magical mix of home inspiration this month, as we visit the crafty spaces and places of our dreams. We step into the cute and kooky Berlin apartment of Enie van de Meiklokjes. Back in the UK, take a peep at Somerset-based designer Jenny Arnott’s wonderful craft space. And be inspired by New Zealander Cassandra Ellis’ crafty Victorian home. Weave a little fairytale fantasy into your life with our seven beautiful makes. Sew Manda McGrory’s Princess and the Pea doll, or make a magical sequin collar.
It’s Mollie Makes’ first birthday issue complete with free DIY wedding magazine. It’s packed with inspiration for celebrations, parties, weddings… and just to make every day feel special. You can read more about our free 52 page DIY wedding look book here. Awe-inspiring ideas for weddings and indeed any special event, featuring Funky Retro, Vintage and Rustic themes.
This month’s Mollie Makes really is ‘tres chien’. Our cover pooches are needlefelted doglets you’re going to love. Designed by Gretel Parker, they’re just adorable… There’s so much inspiration tucked away among our pages. You can settle down for a good read as we we meet up with CraftOManiac Jennie Larsen and take tea and a chat with Lotta Anderson from Lotta Jansdotter in her amazing studio. And we look through the keyhole of Pilgrim Lee’s beautiful home – it’s a temple to vintage textiles. If you’re looking for makes, we have 6 great projects for spring.
Step into spring with our Simple Pleasures issue by your side and you’ll never be short of inspiration. Our latest issue features seven great projects. Set a table for Easter with Susie Johnson’s quirky egg cosies. And while you’ve got your needles out, what about a pair of baby slippers designed by Caroline de Hugo. We’ve two fab crochet patterns – our free gift is a crochet flower brooch. Or, for a home style injection of the crochet kind, cover a stool seat. Plus, Donna Bramhall has dropped by to show us how to transform a plain white sweatshirt with thrifted doilies. Nicki Trench demonstrates how to make an apron from vintage traycloths. If you just want to relax and enjoy the spring sunshine, we’ve plenty of good reads too.