Want to get started with macramé? Isabella Strambio shares her five top tips for beginners.
Knitwear designer Keighly Hearty tells us why we should ditch fast fashion and buy cruelty-free products.
It’s Mollie day! Issue 83 has hit newsstands and it’s packed full of crafty goodness.
Here at Mollie Makes we’re holding on to that summer vibe for as long as possible, no matter what the weather! In issue 82 you’ll find loads of summery makes, from a crochet sunglasses case, to a pom pom picnic blanket, and a no-pattern T-shirt. This month we’re all about the sugary snacks, but the calorie-free… Continue reading
There’s a whole host of craft events to attend this summer. You can create a macrame plant hanger, take part in a dress making weekend or craft your own ankle-tie espadrilles. Running a workshop of your own? Tell us more at molliemakes[at]immediate.co.uk
Geo-fleur’s Sophie Lee on how crowdfunding helped grow her botanical business and why cacti are cool.
Pick up the latest issue and enjoy a tropical escape with Mollie Makes 69. Embroider flamingo hoop art, crochet a colour-pop rug, sew kids’ dungarees, make show-stopping tasselled party balloons and lots more. Also inside this issue: a free felt pom pom necklace craft kit plus a bonus project book for alternative ways to use… Continue reading
Take a peek inside the Summer Brights issue! We’ve filled Mollie Makes 68 with projects and features to awaken your creative side. This month, knot an ombré macramé garland, hook our mermaid and friends cover project (#teamnarwhal) or admire the home of RICE founder, Charlotte Guéniau. Lots more besides, dive in…
Hooray for summer and all the imaginative, bright and irresistible craft projects that come with it. This month, break out your brightest yarns and fabrics to add some colour to this issue’s new-season makes. Come and take a look inside…
Make a start on summer craft projects with the new Mollie Makes magazine, out today! Stitch your own customisable dolls, update garden chairs with macramé, bake Liberty print biscuits, form clay planters, whip up Hama beads accessories and hook a simple crochet top. Plenty more where that came from… take a look.