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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Immediate Media Company London Limited
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Mollie Makes are all about celebrating contemporary craft and bringing you the latest trends, so we figured it was about time the magazine got a makeover to reflect its content! We’re always looking to bring you new ideas, be it an emerging craft, or a different take on an old favourite. And now, those lovingly curated makes are presented even more beautifully for maximum inspiration. But, it’s not just the look that’s changed. Supporting designer-makers is hugely important to us, so we’ll be showcasing our contributors as much as we can, giving you the chance to connect with the creatives behind the projects, products and homes you love. We’re so proud to be such a huge part of the handmade community, and to have the opportunity to share that with you. Hope…

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Lucy Rowan Mortal enemy of the moth, Lucy is a wool-based weaver with a love of playful colours and textures. She’s also a dab hand at macramé and has even written a whole book about knots. Make Lucy’s rug hooked stocking on page 18. www.peasandneedles.co.uk Jacqueline Colley When she’s not illustrating, Jacqueline can be caught bothering her cat Mr Wilson. She loves screen printing, exploring the world and matching her socks to her outfit. Her work is inspired by a love of colour, culture and play. See Jacqueline’s festive papers on page 67. www.jacquelinecolley.co.uk Phoebe Thorpe Phoebe’s either busy in her studio, chasing her two little boys, Felix and Caspian, or making a mess in the kitchen cooking vegan food. In the rare moments of calm, Phoebe also creates bespoke bridal wear. Sew Phoebe’s jersey PJs on page…

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MEET THE MAKER COLOUR-LOVING CHLOE HARDISTY DESIGNED THE 2019 MOLLIE MAKES CALENDAR “I really enjoy quick and easy projects that have a big impact, so designing 12 projects for the Mollie Makes calendar was a dream! I love to have a go at all types of craft, but I’m always drawn back to embroidery and textiles. And I think you could probably say I’m obsessed with colour – playing with different combinations is something I’ll never get tired of! There’s nothing more satisfying than making for your home, and updating the look of a room on a budget is what drives lots of my projects. I’m constantly rearranging my home, adding new things and spending far too long on styling for Insta – hopefully you’ll find lots inside this calendar to inspire…

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FORGET SWEATER WEATHER AND EMBRACE SOCK SEASON. With more glitter and sheen than you ever knew you wanted from your socks, show off the Hysteria collection with cropped trousers or rolled-up dungas. Jazzing up an autumnal outfit while keeping your ankles warm? It’s a win-win. www.happysocks.com NOTHING SAYS CHRISTMAS QUITE LIKE SEQUINNED LOBSTERS, embellished with gold thread and beads. Thankfully, the trend for fancy but fun decorations is showing no sign of going anywhere. Pair with iridescent pink and red baubles as a treat for your tree, or use them on napkin rings at Christmas dinner to win the 2018 Kitsch Tablescape Award. The collection from Yonder also includes pom pom llamas, fringed reindeer and beaded tubs of popcorn. What more could you want this festive season? www.yonderliving.com YARN WHISPERER, knit designer…

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STAYING IN CHECK Your favourite trad weave just got a new season update. Mix and match patterns, opt for statement shades, or layer tartan on tartan for the ultimate catwalk look. Giving a classic a fresh new feel – we like.…

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staying in check headband

MATERIALS 120 x 30cm (47¼ x 11/8") tartan fabric (ours was from www.susanwillowgb.etsy.com) 9.5cm (3¾") elastic, 2cm (¾") wide Matching sewing thread Safety pin Loop turner 01 From the tartan, cut one 24 x 7cm (9½ x 2¾") rectangle and two 53 x 17cm (20 /8") x 6¾") rectangles. Fold each in half along the length with right sides (RS) together and pin. Using a 1cm ( /8") seam allowance, sew the long raw edges to make three tubes. 02 Turn each fabric tube RS out using the loop turner, then press each piece flat with the seam in the middle of one side. 03 Add the safety pin to one end of the elastic, then thread it through the smallest tube. Remove the pin, gather the fabric in the middle, then sew across…