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Whatever the weather, make July a month of crafting away from home. From silkscreen printing to mastering the ancient art of Japanese tie dying, here’s a list of creative workshops and events to look forward to this month.
Clear your craft schedules, makers, because June 2016 sees a host of new workshops and events to kickstart your creative mojo. Join an online course to sew a pair of flattering trousers, take a pottery class, learn to crochet and more…
Make May the month of all things bright, bonny and bespoke. We’ve got you covered with creative workshops and events this month. Join a masterclass to satisfy your crafty cravings.
During the dull days of January it’s easy to lose your craft mojo. But at Mollie we say the dark and the rain outside is the perfect excuse for snuggling up indoors with a pot of tea, the radio and a big batch of craft-spiration. We’ve gathered together 12 of our most exciting crafty DIY… Continue reading
This month we’re obsessing about anatomy and we’d like to give you a heads up (ahem) on textile designer and mastermind behind two awesome anatomy cushions, Helen of Nelly’s Treasures. Bookmark this craft business, peeps!
It’s the weekend, makers! Two days which are decidedly more fetching than the five before them. When breakfast in bed and sociable crafting is on the forefront of our minds. So, go on, steal a moment this weekend to do exactly what you want. Find weekend ideas below and if you happen to be online share your adventures… Continue reading
Print your favourite saying on a plain tee with a little help from Alyssa Zukas of Two String Jane. Nothing beats stumbling upon a DIY that doesn’t require buying materials: this t shirt printing tutorial is one of them. What’s more, the only lengthy part to this project is cutting out the design, after that… Continue reading
Hazel Nicholls, a London-based illustrator, talks screenprinting, moneyboxes and good puns
What’s your favourite inspirational quote of all time?