Finding creativity in anarchy with Emily Millichip

Fashion maverick Emily Millichip has carved her own unique path into the industry. We’ve been crushing on her bold, colour-drenched, 50s-inspired world ever since first discovering her on social media. A homage to the tropics, punk and B-movie bad girls, she creates clothes for fashion rebels and anyone wanting something unique in their wardrobes.

Unusual workspaces: Emma Giacalone’s sewing studio

Emma Giacalone textiles studio by Kirstie Young photography

Textile artist Emma Giacalone gives us a tour of her big and bright sewing studio in a former chicken shed…

Mollie Makes meets Donna Wilson

Donna Wilson by Gareth Hacker

Textile designer Donna Wilson on her colourful and messy workspace and what she’s looking for in a winning entry at this year’s Mollie Makes Handmade Awards…

Mollie Makes meets Clare Gage

Clare Gage photography by Jess Petrie

Ceramicist Clare Gage combines her love of textiles and porcelain to create unique pottery pieces

Top destinations for crafting your way around the world

Knitting in Iceland

We all love a craft workshop, so why not combine your next one with your wanderlust and give your crafty learning an international flavour by submersing yourself in another culture.

Mollie Makes meets textile artist Sara Impey

After 30 years of dipping in and out of quilting Sara Impey would begin combining textiles with her creative voice resulting in meaningful works of art. Some call this craftivism…