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
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…
Bought your copy of Mollie Makes 71 in ASDA? Embroider and sew Jenny Hart’s exclusive Sublime Stitching anchor motif into a coastal-cool keepsake. Find the templates and instructions for how to make your own tattoo-inspired anchor purse below.
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 another sunny start to the weekend – long may it continue! With a summer chockfull of perfect weather (fingers crossed) we’re looking forward to Craft and Cocktail parties enjoying late afternoons of making and mingling in the sunshine. Rose infused cocktail and handmade wallhangings, anyone? What about watermelon mojitos and fruit-shaped cushions? Pick… Continue reading
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…
The summer holidays are still a thing, but rainclouds are keeping everyone inside and the kids are getting antsy. These fun crafts for kids are great ways to keep little ones occupied when the weather’s not so hot.
Whether it’s planes, trains or automobiles, keeping kids happy on long journeys is never easy. But with a little cut, stick n’ stitch, these DIY travel toys will help keep the little ones entertained this summer, from Totnes or Torremolinos.
Sunny summer days are made for heading into the garden and getting creative with the kids. These cheap and cheerful DIY ideas from around the web are fun for little ones (and grown ups!) to try – no matter what the weather has in store.