Mollie Makes 81, out now!

Sew vintage seaside dolls, crochet a new stash bag and fold a bouquet of paper peonies inside Mollie Makes 81. Plenty more al fresco makes this month, take a look… 

11 things designers credit their success to

Discover 11 secrets of creative success from these designer-makers.

Mollie Makes Handmade Awards: Create a winning Pinterest entry

Pinterest Communities Manager, Kate Allchin shares her top tips for creating a winning Pinterest entry for the Mollie Makes Handmade Awards. 

Mollie Makes Handmade Awards 2016 winners

Meet the winners of the Mollie Makes Handmade Awards 2016

Save £5 off tickets to The Handmade Christmas Fair

The Handmade Christmas Fair takes place on 20th-22nd November at Manchester Central, with inspiring craft making plus the best designers teaching creative workshops and selling craft products. It’s the perfect way to start the festive season! With Full Experience tickets you get one Super Theatre session, one Skills Workshop, and one Grand Make, and tickets… Continue reading

The Handmade Christmas Fair: limited VIP ticket offer

Catch the crafting bug at The Handmade Christmas Fair with Kirstie Allsopp 20th-22nd November, Manchester Central Kirstie Allsopp is on a mission to get the nation crafting in time for Christmas, and The Handmade Christmas Fair is full to the brim with opportunities to buy, make, and learn from some of the finest crafters around…. Continue reading

Etsy Craft Party 2015

Etsy Craft Party

Question: what’s better than crafting? Answer: crafting in company. If your idea of heaven is to craft alongside other makers then you HAVE to get involved with this year’s Etsy Craft Party.

NEW: Mollie Makes Editor’s Picks: Top 10 Projects

Download the Mollie Makes Editor’s Picks for just 99p/99c and get 10 craft projects taken from the past few years – hand-picked for you by Mollie Makes’ Editor

The Crush Catalogue: Ahoy Sailor!

Ahoy Sailor! Browse our crush list and set sail with these nautical notions and aquatic treasures.

Can craft save the world?

The weekend before last, the New York Times ran ‘Sorry, Etsy, That Handmade Scarf Won’t Save the World‘ by Emily Matchar. Betsy Greer, writer and craftivist, disagrees.