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Mollie Makes October 2019

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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welcome

Embracing change isn’t always easy, but when you know it’s on the horizon – like the approach of autumn – I’ve found the best way to deal with it is to lean in. So, while sunny summer days will always be my jam, the amount of loveliness we’ve curated for this issue has definitely warmed my heart. You’ll find makes to delight all the senses, from tactile needle punch and crochet to brightly hued knits and fibre art jewellery, and sweet yet tangy flavour sensations from Bake Off legend Kim-Joy. Plus, we’re diving head first into Christmas – yes, I said it! – with a mini mag full of sustainable projects, and the cutest cracker kit illustrated by the amazing Suzy Ultman. I guarantee by the time you’ve finished this issue, you’ll…

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contributors

Wendy Lau Canadian blogger Wendy loves to give all her plants human names. When she’s not tending to them at home, Wendy travels the world as an air hostess, Instagramming her home décor discoveries. Take a tour of Wendy’s globally-inspired, greenery-filled home on page 50. www.thekwendyhome.com Meera Lee Patel Meera is a self-taught artist and writer who believes that anything is possible. She writes books and makes pictures from a 20-acre farm in north Nashville that she shares with her husband, their dog, and a wild array of turkeys, vultures, coyotes, and deer. Find Meera’s whimsical pull-out illustrations on page 67. www.meeralee.com Claudine Powley Claudine started as a fashion designer before screenprinting her own T-shirts, which she sold from her van during ski seasons. She often dreams of being back in the mountains, wearing handmade jumpers. Make Claudine’s…

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meet the maker artist and designer suzy ultman created our festive crackers

“I love creating characters, and I hope this set of friends gives your Christmas that extra ‘pop’. These fun cracker companions were inspired by the bright colours, simple designs and playful spirit of 60s and 70s wooden Christmas tree ornaments. The pom poms and glitter also add a bit of crafty vintage charm. The crackers can be used in so many ways – as stocking fillers, present toppers, Christmas tree ornaments and more. I’ll be customising mine with each person’s name, filling with special treats, and then setting them at the table as pretty placeholders for Christmas dinner. Hope you enjoy making them – happy holidays!” Find more of Suzy’s fun illustrations, makes and products on Insta @suzyultman and at www.suzyultman.com. Turn to page 92 to make your Christmas crackers, and share your…

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mollie loves

NOT ALL TROUSERS ARE MADE EQUAL. Sewists, you’re going to want to get your hands on the Pietra pattern from Closet Case Patterns’ Rome collection. They’re a pair of beautifully skimming wide leg high-waisters with comfy elastic in the back for an impeccable fit. And for those who favour leg freedom or dwell in a toastier hemisphere, you can sew them as shorts too. The pattern’s available printed or as a PDF. www.closetcasepatterns.com NEED TO READ EMBROIDERED LIFE Sarah K. Benning is a key player in modern embroidery, so the chances are you’ll have spent a bit of time ogling her impressive botanical stitchery on the ‘gram before now. Sara Barnes’ new book offers a behind-the-scenes look at the artist and her most popular pieces, and we defy anyone to read…

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layer up

HOW TO MAKE A FAIR ISLE COWL MATERIALS Cascade 220 Aran, 100% Peruvian Highland Wool, 100g/200m per skein, one skein in each Beige (8021) (Yarn A), Hunter Green (8893) (Yarn B), Christmas Green (8894) (Yarn C), Gold Fusion (9669) (Yarn D) and Flamingo Pink (7805) (Yarn E) 5mm (UK 6, US H/8) circular knitting needles with 70cm (27 5/8") cord Yarn needle Stitch marker FINISHED SIZE Approx. 70 x 35cm (27 5/8 x 13¾") TENSION Approx. 19 sts x 24 rows in st st to measure 10cm (4") square ABBREVIATIONS (UK) st(s) stitch(es) k knit p purl st st stocking st, k each round pm place marker sm slip marker RS right side WS wrong side rep repeat Ease yourself into the season of knitting with this colour-pop Fair Isle cowl. It’s the next step up from basic scarf skills, but less intimidating than a full-on…

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new drop

HOW TO MAKE A WRAPPED NECKLACE MATERIALS Scrap chunky yarn in teal (Yarn 1) Scrap DK yarn in white and mustard (Yarn 2 and Yarn 3) 66cm (26") chain with lobster clasp Jewellery pliers Florist wire Wire cutters Large-eyed needle Take the wrapped fibre art trend and turn it into an accessory that you can wear again and again. A great opportunity to use up any leftover yarn you’ve been saving for a rainy day, the colours you choose are totally up to you. For the neatest possible finish, remember to wrap your shades of yarn in the same direction. 01 Measure out eight 20cm (7 7/8") lengths of Yarn 1, folding the yarn back on itself with each length to create a bundle. 02 Cut a 7cm (2¾") length of wire using the wire…

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