Mollie Makes meets Flora Waycott

Illustrator Flora Waycott

Illustrator Flora Waycott on how her designs are inspired by nature, her travels and her home.

How to make a decorative tea set*

Create collectable ceramics with Teri Muncey’s kitchenware update, in association with Tick Tock Tea

Mollie Makes issue 71, out now!

The nights are drawing in, there’s the hint of a chill in the air and we’re staring to think about (whisper it) Christmas. Get into the festive spirit with a festive woodland papercut, try appliqué with our bright Christmas present sacks or make a thoughtful gift with a Nordic-inspired quilt. Plus, find everything you need to make a… Continue reading

Mollie Makes meets Tiff Manuell

Tiff Manuell

Tiff Manuell has taken her love of colour and painting to create unique accessories to brighten up your day

Mollie Makes issue 70, out now!

Stitch up a bit of woodland magic this month with the latest issue of Mollie Makes. Make a foxy friend in time for autumn, reinvent your summer beach finds, hook a geometric design wall hanging, sew a kitsch-cool unicorn backpack and more. Plus, find everything you need to make a garland of crochet flowers inside every issue! Get your mitts… Continue reading

Mollie Makes issue 57

Host a handmade get-together with the pretty in pink summer edition of Mollie Makes. Find a quick-knit footstool project, metallic bag sewing pattern, cute amigurumi dinosaur crochet pattern, plus 17 other fresh makes in Mollie Makes 57. What’s more, this issue comes with two free gifts! Get 8 summer garden themed pull-out papers by Wendy Kendall… Continue reading

Spring flower ideas: May Day posies

Friday is May Day, which was once a grand party, but isn’t really observed these days. However, it’s such a lovely excuse to celebrate local flowers and the onset of summer that we’re all up for reviving it. The girls from Seeds and Stitches have a lovely DIY about how (and why!) you should make May… Continue reading

Painting crafts for kids

Kids crafts: Painting crafts for kids

Forget neat and tidy. Don’t colour within the lines. Just put on a pinny, bust out the paints and get messy with these craft ideas for kids