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Mollie Makes February 2019

MollieMakes is a brand new lifestyle and craft magazine which brings you the best of craft online, a look inside the homes of the world’s most creative crafters, tutorials on inspiring makes, round ups of the most covetable stash and tours of the crafty capitals of the world. Please note: This digital version of the magazine does not include the covermount items or supplements you would find on printed newsstand copies.

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United Kingdom
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Immediate Media Company London Limited
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welcome

Craft means so many different things to different people, but I think the one thing we can all agree is that creativity is a powerful thing. This issue, we explore just some of the ways craft can enrich your life, starting with a bonus magazine filled with meditative makes. Many of us use craft to unwind, so we’ve curated slow, soothing projects to help you focus your mind and relax. We’re also here to brighten up grey days with this month’s gift – all you need to hook up crochet legend and queen of colour Katie Jones’ patches. Quick and easy, they’ll add instant cheer to your clothes and your mood. Finally, we explore our personal connection to craft through artist and icon Frida Kahlo. Expressing her thoughts and emotions through her…

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contributors

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mollie makes gift

“Give your wardrobe some love with this set of signature heart patches. You can cover up a hole or stain, or give that jacket you have at the back of the wardrobe a new lease of life! As a designer promoting fashion sustainability, I love how crafting and caring for your wardrobe has become an act of activism and how the simple act of fixing something or customising increases the length we own our clothes and how this knock-on effect drastically reduces landfill. I love using crochet to customise and these hearts are the ultimate piece if you’re new to the craft as they only use basic stitches. The hearts are so quick to whip up and can add so much to a piece – I love to wear mine on my…

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mollie loves

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: your crisps need no longer be eaten straight from the bag. Treat yourself to a colourful mix of woven raffia mats and bowls, and even the humblest of snacks will make you feel all fancy. Handmade in Madagascar using natural materials, the RICE raffia collection is an easy way to fill your home with bright sunshiny vibes, even on the chilliest of winter evenings. www.ricebyrice.com WHAT DO VELVET, EMBROIDERY AND BOLD SHAPES have in common? They’re all features of our future sofa cushions, thanks to Hübsch. We’re particularly pleased to see that our current favourite fabric hasn’t been confined to winter homewares and that spring and summer collections are welcoming the must-have material with open arms. Further proof that Danish design will never fail us. www.hubsch-interior.com PARTY HARD and…

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celestial mood

01 Celestial hair, don’t care. www.anthropologie.com 02 Upgrade your make-up mirror the waxing crescent way. www.trouva.com 03 Phoning home just got way cuter. www.skinnydiplondon.com 04 A little less Patrick Moore, a little more cosmic babe. www.lisajunius.bigcartel.com 05 Dream big, baby. www.nikkistrange.co.uk 06 Lost in space but you’ve still got your keys. www.luckyhorsepress.com 07 We can neither confirm nor deny that this candle smells like Mars. www.johnlewis.com 08 Reach for the stars. www.littlemoose.co.uk 09 Going into spring looking out of this world. www.oasis-stores.com…

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celestial garland

MATERIALS Polymer clay, 57g blocks of white, grey, black and pale pink Round cookie cutter, 5cm (2") diameter Fondant rolling pin 2mm piping nozzle Greaseproof paper Copper marker pen Copper wire Baking tray 01 Roll a block of white clay into a cylinder and repeat with half a block of the grey and pink. Place them side by side and add small pieces of black clay on top, as shown. Squeeze the cylinders together and roll into another cylinder. Fold into an S shape and roll into another cylinder. Repeat again, or until you’re happy with the marbling. Avoid rolling too much as you may lose the effect. 02 Roll the piece out flat with a rolling pin and cut five circles with the cutter. On four of them, use the cutter to…

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