Mollie Makes

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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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making plans

Here at Mollie Makes, late summer consists of barbeques and sunshine off the clock, and all things wintery during the week. Most crafters start getting prepped for Christmas early, which means we get to search out this year’s interior and fashion trends for you before they even hit the high street. It’s a hard life, but someone’s gotta do it! This month is a bumper issue, as there just weren’t enough pages to squeeze in all the new-season inspo we wanted to share. So, as well as your dreamy loom kit, you’ve got a second mini mag filled with projects and styling ideas around AW18’s top trend. Rich jewel tones, all the texture, and opulence galore... Winter is coming, and we can’t wait.…

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Elisalex de Castro Peake Known to her family as ‘The Born-Again Housewife’, Elisalex is a shameless romantic and lover of all things homespun and cosy. However, don’t let that fool you – there’s a foul-mouthed feminist in there too. Sew Elisalex’s clutch bag on page 18. www.byhandlondon.com Home-Work Jess and Lara’s obsession with colour and pattern is evident in everything they create. With a Beyoncé anthem playing in the background, their screen-printed textiles become tote bags, make-up bags and cushions. Read about their creative biz on page 26. www.home-work.com.au/ Esther Curtis Esther creates her illustrations by layering hand-drawn and painted elements and textures with bold graphic shapes. Her current obsessions include Patagonia, wild swimming, street food trucks and Japanese packaging. Find Esther’s colourful papers on page 67. www.esthercurtisdesign.com Stephanie Fradette Before converting the garden shed into her studio, Stephanie made…

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festive weaving kit

Return of the soumak “I just love the colourful kitsch style of this weaving, with its festive colours and soft textures. I’m a big fan of using thick chunky roving as it creates texture and adds fluffiness to the design. Roving is amazing to work with and very flexible, it also comes in all sorts of colours. The layering of the fringe at the bottom allows for blocks of colours to hang from the woven section at various lengths and thicknesses, and using the gold ribbon brings in another texture and an interesting colour contrast. My weaving will be taking pride of place in my bedroom!” Natasha Humphreys is mum to a baby boy and currently on maternity leave from her part-time florist job. She weaves on her small lap loom and…

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this month’s wishlist

Ethical champions Lucy & Yak have teamed up with Wyatt & Jack to bring you the sustainable design collab of the year – drawstring bags made from bounced-out bouncy castles. We know! www.lucyandyak.com Inspired by the forests of Scandinavia in late summer, this floral rug with embroidered detailing will nestle warmly into any room. If deep berry hues aren’t your bag, there’s a cool blue and a soft green colourway too. www.gudrunsjoden.com The 90s called to tell you it’s back. Show your appreciation with a fun new phone case - then hold all calls while you listen to Britney and Nirvana. www.bando.com We’ve found the crushed velvet mustard pairing from heaven. Think it can’t get better? They have a block heel. Thank you from all of us, Sam Edelman. www.anthropologie.com Indulge in some everyday…

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kat and kin

Printmaker and illustrator Kat Flint is a Scottish-born artist now based in London. Her work combines the finest linocutting with folklore and fairytales for whimsical results. Kat describes her style as ancient stories for a new generation, with a hint of darkness below the surface. Specialising in prints, porcelain and stationery, look out for her updates on Etsy, or contact Kat for a bespoke commission. www.katflint.com…

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this month we’re obsessing about... sustainable design

Go green with these woven plant hangers, handmade by women in Bangladesh. www.thebasketroom.com 01 This woven organic fabric is giving us all the feels. www2.hm.com 02 Soap on a rope gets an organic upgrade. www.soapdaze.com 03 Mustard corduroy + well-paid happy workers = dungas of our dreams. www.lucyandyak.com 04 Made with reclaimed timber for that genuine heritage feel. www.modishliving.co.uk 05 David Attenborough would be proud of you. www.houseofkind.co.uk 06 Artisan-crafted and built to last, so practically an investment. www.swedishhasbeens.com 07 We got this pegged. www.kreisdesign.com 08 Ahh, the scent of sustainability. www.purepalette.etsy.com MAKE IT! TURN THE PAGE TO DIY THE SUSTAINABLE TREND…