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Mollie Makes 96

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
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English
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Immediate Media Company London Limited
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Monthly
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celebrate you

Owning our individuality, both as makers and as human beings, is one of the most important things we can do in life. After attending this year’s Mollie Makes Handmade Awards, I came away inspired by the amazing creatives that made the day so special. And, it wasn’t just their talent, but the way their brands are so reflective of who they are. Turn to page 36 to find out which nominees came top of their category, although I like to think we’re all winners! You’ll also find plenty of unique projects in this issue, from the floral wreath on page 18, with no two petals the same, to the hand-dyed napkins on page 62. Craft them in your own style, then share using #molliemakers.…

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contributors

Nikita Crocker London-based artist Nikita has always had crafty tendencies – one of her first ever makes was a milk bottle elephant. Now she creates stunning flowers with crepe paper, selling custom pieces through her Etsy shop. Make Nikita’s delicate wreath on page 18. www.wildpaperflorist.co.uk Imogen Lawry When Imogen was 16, her art teacher told her she couldn’t draw. Not one to concede to failure, she went on to study fine art at university and now helps hundreds of makers each year launch their own craft businesses. Read about Imogen and Cockpit Arts on page 26. www.cockpitarts.com Becki Clark Surface pattern designer and brush lettering pro Becki has a serious thing for flowers. When she’s not painting, you’ll find her teaching workshops or out and about with her little sausage dog Reggie. Find Becki’s floral papers on page…

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crochet pincushion

Treat yourself... “This kawaii doughnut wants nothing more than to be used as your pincushion! It’s quick and easy to make, so it’s great even for amigurumi beginners. Kawaii means super cute in Japanese and that’s what my designs are all about. As I have a huge sweet tooth and am a sucker for colourful stuff, I make lots of yummy rainbow things with happy faces. My motto is everything is better with sprinkles! When embroidering the eyes or mouth, use a fine, sharp needle to get the precision you want. And take your time with the sewing. If you’re having trouble getting your crochet stitches tight enough, try a smaller hook size.” Crochet designer Jennifer Santos lives in Sweden with her husband and two small boys. www.supercutedesignshop.etsy.com See page 98 for instructions on…

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introducing...

Every now and then, a crafting gem bursts onto the scene in a haze of pom poms, and makes waves in glitter. Rachel Burke is exactly this kind of maker and now, in her new book Be Dazzling, she’s sharing her secrets. Make your wardrobe sparkle with projects including pom pom jackets, flower crowns and shoe-nicorns, because understated is overrated. www.hardiegrantbooks.com THIS MONTH’S WISHLIST Rifle Paper Co. x Hedley & Bennett present Rosa, an apron with signature floral print, fine detailing and – the clincher – in kids’ sizes too. www.hedleyandbennett.com Ok, we’ve found them. The statement earrings made for work, wedding season, beach life and popping to the shops. Need any more reasons to click ‘add to bag’? They have both pom poms and a raffia tassel fan. You’re welcome. www.oliverbonas.com With just…

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allyson rousseau

With a love for sculptural and wearable pieces, Montréal-based fibre artist Allyson Rousseau is challenging the traditions of weaving through shape and form. Always playing with new ideas, self-taught Allyson takes inspiration from the materials she works with, rather than others. Having taken commissions from all over the world, she shares her work on Insta @allyrous and sells smaller pieces on her site. www.allysonrousseau.com…

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this month we’re obsessing about... dalmatian print

01 Start small with speckled jewellery. www.aliyahhussain.tictail.com 02 Dots on pots, done the stoneware way. www.ellahookway.com 03 A little less Cruella, still dotty. Oh, and it’s silk. www.boden.co.uk 04 Trainers just got fancy.We’re never taking these Gazelles off. www.adidas.co.uk 05 The animal print of the moment goes way beyond monochrome. www.gatherednestdesigns.etsy.com 06 Just spotted Quirk’s lampshades – pick a gold, silver or copper lining. www.noths.com 07 Irregular spots made fresh. www.harperandblake.etsy.com…