This blog post is sponsored by United Knots As you may already know, we love macramé. Its boho vibes are so on trend and we’ve got tons of macramé projects in the Mollie mags, on the blog and stashed away in our archives. But to get started on all these projects, you need to know the… Continue reading
Pancake Day is here and it’s a day we love very very much, especially when we have this incredible vegan pancake recipe to follow from Wallflower Kitchen. Her fluffy vegan pancakes have the team’s approval and are as beautiful as they are delicious. Make sure you check out Aimee’s blog and social channels but be warned… Continue reading
Looking for a neat and stylish way to do up your cardi? Try a cardigan clip (some people call them collar clips!) to add vintage style and pretty panache. This week’s tutorial tuesday is unbelievably quick and easy. Over to Vicky from Vivid Please to show us how to make a cardigan clip.
Candle making is a huge trend at the moment. Not only is it a relaxing part-time hobby, but it also produces beautiful results – Rachelle Blondel is going to show you how easy candle making is so you can stop buying and start making! Follow Rachelle’s candle making for beginners tutorial below and create your own personalised… Continue reading
Free knitted bobble hat pattern for all you makers! The weather is getting chillier so we all need a knitted bobble hat to keep us warm.
It’s spring and it’s time to prop open the doors and let in the sunshine and the fresh air. The prettiest way to do this is with homemade fabric doorstops in your favourite fabrics… We’ve invited Natalie Santini of Hungry Hippie to guest blog for us today and show us how to make one…
Project alert! Learn how to make large yarn pom poms with this tutorial from Chi Chi Dee Handmade‘s Leanne Garrity.
*This blog post is sponsored by Happy Fabric Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV for short) is a fun way to personalise any textile you can iron onto. All you need to get started is a pair of scissors and an iron! Just cut out your shape or slogan on the back of the vinyl, then iron… Continue reading
To celebrate the start of Wimbledon AKA the season of cream, strawberries and sun, we’ve uploaded this little tutorial for felt Wimbledon strawberries. Created by avid sewist Samantha Stas, these little strawberries will make a great addition to your keys. If you make Samantha’s felt fruity treats be sure to tag us in a picture on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook…. Continue reading
We love the speed and ease of stamping as much as the next crafter, but what if you want to make something totally hand-made and unique. Well, the answer is, design your own rubber stamp. Here Yi Farn of Cotton Candy shows us how to make a rubber stamp from an eraser in a step-by-step guide…