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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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It’s beginning to look at lot like Christmas here at Mollie , and I’m loving every minute! It’s always been my favourite time of year, and was a huge celebration in our house when I was little, complete with a ceiling-high tree covered in glittery decorations. I might be a grown up now, but I still can’t resist a house full of sparkly things, and the build up to the big day is as fun as ever. Who doesn’t love an excuse to get making, go all out on décor, and generally over-indulge? So, this issue is filled with ways to make your Christmas extra-special, and hopefully bring back that child-like anticipation for you too. There are ideas for gifts, wardrobe updates and ways to decorate your home, be it nature-inspired or…

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Anabella Cahwje As a lover of sweet things and crafts, Anabella’s main goal is to make people smile through her work. She spends her days surrounded by the little animals she’s created. Sew Anabella’s festive softies on page 18. www.whatacurlylife.etsy.com Philippa Stanton Artist and author Philippa’s favourite food is popcorn and her favourite smell is that of old fashioned theatre make-up from her childhood. Her most loved texture is water. She enjoys driving, and long chats over a coffee or a beer. Find out more about Philippa’s creative life on page 26. www.5ftinf.com Rosie Harbottle Devon-based illustrator Rosie creates work for stationery, editorial and fashion, as well as personal paintings. Inspired by a boho lifestyle, her whimsical style hopes to inspire a sense of wonder and imagination. Find Rosie’s illustration on page 36. www.rosieharbottle.com Cheers! Anna Alicia, Valerie Bracegirdle, Rachele…

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mollie makes kit

“Decorating for Christmas is one of my absolute favourite things to do, particularly with handmade ornaments. Not only will these stars add a pop of colour to my tree but, thanks to a clever little opening, they also double up as cute gift boxes! I know the template may look daunting, but don’t be put off by the number of fold lines – once you get the hang of it it’s more straightforward than you think.” Sarah Louise Matthews is a Sheffield-based paper product designer. www.sarahlouisematthews.com “We founded The Completist in 2017. Along with our two cats, we bring you premium printed paper goods from South East London. We love fashion, print (especially terrazzo), colour and the 80s. All our screen prints are printed by us. We try to make things as environmentally…

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mollie loves

IT’S THE TUB ARMCHAIR, BUT NOT AS YOU KNOW IT. Inspired by 1950s Italian design, this velvet orange wonder is a mid-century-made-modern piece that’s ready to make a statement wherever it sits. Style it with luxe and dark accessories for a winter scheme, or soften it with turquoise and pale pinks for a fresh hit in spring and summer. www.rockettstgeorge.co.uk MAKE WRAPPING PRESENTS A TREAT for you too this Christmas. Rifle Paper Co.’s new seasonal range of papers can’t fail to make the usual task a joy. Sumptuous colours, berries and floral motifs combine with the odd dachshund in a Santa hat for the kind of wrap they’ll be carefully peeling the tape off to keep. Tie with simple cream bows, or go full maximalist with different shades of velvet ribbon, metallic gift…

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latest crush

EARTHY HUES From that Gen Z yellow shade everyone’s wearing to 1970s mustard and rich rust – colours are warming up for the winter and we’re all in favour.…

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earthy hues tote bag

MATERIALS 50cm (19¾") needlecord fabric in mustard (Fabric 1) (ours was from www.textileexpress.co.uk) 50cm (19¾") Moda Bella Solids in New Chrome (Fabric 2) (ours was from www.fabrichq.co.uk) 50cm (19¾") fusible interfacing Pattern paper 2m (78¾") cotton strap webbing in mustard, 3cm (1¼") wide Matching sewing thread 01 Cut a 34 x 30cm (13 /8 x 11/8") template from the pattern paper. On the bottom edge, mark 6cm (2 /8") in from each corner, and on the corresponding side edges mark 5cm (2") in. Join the marks and cut off the triangles. 02 Use the template to cut two Fabric 1 pieces, two Fabric 2 pieces and two interfacing pieces. Needlecord has a ‘nap’ and looks slightly different from each direction, so be sure to cut out all the pieces pointing in the same…