Mollie Makes

Mollie Makes 100

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.

United Kingdom
Immediate Media Company London Limited
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Issue 100 marks a huge milestone for Mollie Makes , and I’m so proud to be here as Editor for it. In fact this month, I feel like my letter is less of an introduction to the issue, and more like an Oscar acceptance speech, hopefully without the dramatic sobbing... Mollie was first published back in 2011 for contemporary crafters looking for something new to excite and inspire them. Showcasing talented designer-makers, the latest trends and fresh ideas, we’ve loved bringing creativity to the handmade world, and are honoured to be such a big part of it. Watching both the magazine and the craft community flourish and grow over the years has been truly amazing, and Team Mollie couldn’t resist breaking out the pom poms, cake and fizz for this special occasion! We…

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Fanny Zedenius When she’s not creating, macramé artist Fanny enjoys both indoor and outdoor gardening. She’s a plant lady after our own hearts, describing figuring out their needs as “soothing and rewarding for my soul”. Read how Fanny grew her creative biz on page 26. www.createaholic.tictail.com Georgie K. Emery Georgie’s a self-taught embroidery artist. She mixes the knowledge from her printed textiles degree with trad embroidery methods to whip up her botanical designs. Lately, her hoop and threads have travelled with her to South Korea, France and Italy. Stitch Georgie’s fabulous winter hoop on page 18. www.georgiekemery.etsy.com Kara Whitten Colour lover Kara started sewing handbags in 2005, sowing the seeds of her design company, Kailo Chic. Ten years later, she began blogging about DIY, parties, home décor and how to add colour to your life.…

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mollie makes gift

“I’ve always loved to draw, and have been doodling little animals and characters all my life it seems. When I was a girl, I loved the work of artists like Dick Bruna, Mabel Lucie Attwell and E.H. Shepard. They have a huge influence on my own work today. When I was asked to design a little bear as a ready-to-sew gift to celebrate the 100th issue of Mollie Makes, I channelled some of my story book favourites. This bear’s ready to party with his lovely shirt and splendid bow tie, all topped off with his pom pom hat. He’s very easy to make and I just love the colours. Why not give him as a gift? Mine will be hung on our Christmas tree this year.” Find Simone on Instagram @simone_gooding and…

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mollie loves

WHEN YOU WANT TO FEEL COSY BUT FIERCE, Desmond and Dempsey have got your back. Combining beautiful tailoring with a relaxed silhouette, this Jag Print Long Set is the best pair of PJs we’ve laid eyes on since the Grease slumber party. Made in 100% cotton, they even promise to help you sleep better. Nab them in cream or navy, then squirrel them away and start prepping your very own Christmas Eve box. www.desmondanddempsey.com IF LUCY OGDEN’S CERAMICS DON’T CONVINCE YOU TO SHOP SMALL This year, we’re not sure what will. Inspired by the wilds of the South Downs, she gives wolves, birds and woodlands an abstract fairytale feel by cutting tiny paper shapes to adorn her hand-built pieces. Finished with coloured slip and sgraffito detailing, Lucy’s plates, platters and bowls instantly elevate…

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animal print

01 Is snakeskin a neutral? www.dorothyperkins.com 02 The correct level of extra, from Harper & Blake. www.noths.com 03 Hand-painted porcelain stripes. www.andmary.com 04 We like big cats and we cannot lie. www.wonderandrah.co.uk 05 Essential for taking a walk on the wild side. www.hush-uk.com 06 Mustard and leopard print – our dream combo. www2.hm.com 07 It started with a pin. www.shop.jen-collins.com 08 Take it to the Spice Girls reunion tour. www.next.co.uk 09 Layer up prints with Pom Amsterdam’s scarf. www.anthropologie.com…

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animal print stole

MATERIALS 110cm (43 /8") polyester taffeta lining fabric 30cm (12") coordinating velvet ribbon, 1cm ( /8") wide 110cm (43 /8") short pile medium-weight faux fur fabric Pattern paper Quilting ruler Matching sewing thread Sewing needle Walking foot (optional) Small bowl 01 Using a ruler and pencil, draw a 104 x 15cm (43 /8 x 6") rectangle on the pattern paper. Add notches to the long edges of the pattern, 12.5cm (5") up from the bottom on the right and 28cm (11") up from the bottom on the left. Label each notch as ‘band’. Curve the ends of the pattern by using a bowl as a template. 02 Using the pattern piece, cut out one shape in each of the main and lining fabrics. Transfer the band notches to the bottom end of the…