Mollie Makes

Mollie Makes 90

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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easter treats

One of the most exciting things about working on Mollie is seeing the new-issue projects arrive, and this month especially has been a real treat. From Lucy Davidson’s floral banner on the cover, packed with texture and colour, to Becki Clark’s nature-inspired Easter baubles on page 31, we’ve got goodies of all shapes and sizes for you. As it’s our bumper Spring issue, you’ll also find two amazing gifts inside. Embroider the cutest bunny, designed by Kiriki Press, then get your new season fix with our Boho Botanicals booklet, filled with ways to craft this latest homestyle trend. And, talking of homes, check out Donna Wilson’s pad on page 46 – it’s a handmade dream come true. Turn the page for more on your bonus gift! Then Turn to page 67…

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Bethan Janine Bethan’s an illustrator and fabric designer based in Sheffield. Birds, beasts and colourful geometric patterns are her jam, and on any given day you’ll find her happily scribbling new ideas in her trusty sketchbook. Find Bethan’s pretty papers on page 67. www.bethanjanine.com Donna Wilson Designer Donna grew up on her parents’ farm in the Aberdeenshire countryside. She’s best known now for her knitted creatures and distinctive homewares, but it all started with twig sculptures and mud pies as a child. Take a tour of Donna’s home on page 46. www.donnawilson.com Emma Wright In her spare time, knitting and crochet designer Emma channels her creative flare into her love of baking. She adores making desserts and is famed for her lemon and poppy seed cake at family gatherings. Knit Emma’s bunny blanket on page 92. www.emmaknitted.co.uk Jacqueline Colley Jacqueline…

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spring bunny kit

Follow the white rabbit… “I loved designing Lucky Bear for issue 50, so I was thrilled when Mollie Makes asked me to make a bunny this time around! I thought a bunny would definitely be holding a basket of carrots. If you’re like me and love to cook, how wonderful is it to roast a delicious pan of purple, orange and yellow heirloom carrots? While I wish a bunny would pick some carrots from her garden and deliver them to my doorstep, the next best thing might be to take an afternoon and have fun with satin stitches, French knots and laid work. Spring Bunny can be an addition to an Easter basket, or if you put some lavender in with the stuffing, she could live in a clothes drawer.” Michelle is the…

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Satisfy your cravings for lazy days and laid-back living with The Bee and The Fox’s Always Mañana T-shirt. With embroidered detailing, lightweight cotton fabric and a nod to Jack Kerouac, all we need now is a dose of sunshine. www.thebeeandthefox.com TOP READ DIY doggo In true pot-bellied Toft style, Kerry Lord’s Edward’s Menagerie: Dogs not only features 50 canine crochet patterns, but also gives guidance on how to customise the pups to match your own pooch’s markings. www.pavilionbooks.com Fans of Jess Phoenix’s floral artwork, rejoice – it just became wearable. And, these are Tattly’s first ever temporary tattoos to feature gold and colour, too. Fake flowers never looked so good. www.tattly.com Forget your walls and treat your feet to a weave instead with this handmade runner from Rice. It’s made in eco-friendly cotton, and at…

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this month we’re obsessing about... miami memphis

MAKE IT! MEMPHIS EARRING BOARD MATERIALS • Plywood, 0.4cm ( /16") thick• Whitewood, 25 x 4.5 x 1.5cm (9 /8 x 1/8 x /8")• Furniture paint in white, teal, mustard yellow and black• Black marker pen• Plastic stencil sheet• Craft knife• Cutting mat• Handsaw• Sandpaper• Drill• Drill bit, 0.25cm (/8")• Masking tape• Paint brushes• Plain paper 01 Using the handsaw, cut the plywood to a 20 x 20cm (7/8 x 7/8") square. Sand the edges smooth with sandpaper. 02 Cut a 20 x 20cm (7/8 x 7/8") piece of plain paper. Using a ruler, create a grid of squares on the paper by drawing parallel lines every 2cm (¾"). 03 Stick the grid to the plywood with masking tape, then drill a hole at every point where the lines cross, as shown. 04 Paint the front,…

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spring in bloom

HOW TO MAKE… A FLORAL BANNER MATERIALS • Cream fabric, 44 x 26cm (17/8 x 10¼")• Yarn in pink, mustard, light green, dark green and white• Felt in pink, green, grey and mustard• Coral fabric tape, 20cm (7/8")• Rope, 155cm (61/8")• Pom pom maker, 5cm (2") diameter• Glue gun• Sewing needle• Matching sewing thread• Florist’s wire• Dowel, 19cm (7½")• Card, 7 x 10cm (2¾ x 4") Forget floral wreaths – this season we’re all about the banners. Lucy’s fabric, felt and yarn extravaganza will add instant texture and interest to any wall in your home, plus it’s an easy way to spread those spring feels. We love how simple the design is to adapt, too. Opt for a subtle palette in muted colours like our version, go for pastel brights to really zing up…