Mollie Makes

Mollie Makes December 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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December is one of those months that can easily whizz by before you know it, passing in a haze of festive prep, parties and general merriment. So, in those pockets of downtime, make sure to look after yourself, taking a minute to relax and unwind when you can. This issue is filled with a mix of crafts, reflecting the unique nature of this time of year. Fancy quick and easy ways to jazz up your home and wardrobe for the season? We’ve got you covered with plenty of glitter, tinsel and tulle. Need a slower, more mindful project to dip in and out of? Try shibori dyeing, or make our needle punch cover stars for the ultimate combo of calming and cuteness. And, if you keep our crochet mandala kit in…

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Sarah Borg Sarah’s design roots and compulsion to DIY resulted in the rainbow baby that is Bangin Hangins – her crazy fun installations brand. What started as a weekend indulgence has now become a full-time love fest for Melbourne-based Sarah. Make Sarah’s trio of tinsel decorations on page 76. www.banginhangins.com.au Lesley Hill Completely craft-obsessed, Lesley could happily spend the day in her home studio playing with yarn and a stack of quilting cottons. When she’s not making things, Lesley enjoys bike riding with her kids and fussing over her plants, and has never met a cup of coffee she didn’t like. Craft Lesley’s needle punch animals on page 14. www.homedaystudio.com Sylvia Nettey Sylvia is a self-taught sewist, obsessed with adding fun twists to classic pieces. About five years ago, Sylvia heard that sewing is cheaper than therapy, so she…

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meet the maker desiner sandeep pawar created our felt winter wreath banner

“Walking over the Sussex Downs in winter is one of my favourite things. My daughter Martha and I explore hidden routes, climb trees and collect a bounty of treats – acorns, berries, foliage and fallen petals. In fact, the greens of the foliage and the bold tones of seasonal florals inspired this kit. When I look at the finished piece I’m reminded of festive gatherings, and that warm feeling you get when you’re with loved ones. I love creating floral banners as they’re so easy to make. The rolled rose, layering of the leaves and scattered flowers give the wreath depth and opulence. I’ll be hanging mine over the dining room table – the ideal spot to inspire new adventures!” Sandeep makes kids’ home and party décor from her Brighton studio. See…

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mollie loves

CHARLIE BROWN’S AN ICON AMONG T-SHIRT WEARERS, so a Lazy Oaf X Peanuts collab actually makes total sense. The collection is big on personality and primary colours, with highlights including a “good grief” fleece, a denim boiler suit replete with Snoopy patches and a double-breasted colour block cardigan. www.lazyoaf.com BOOKMARK KEEP A BEADY EYE on Rockett St George. An online purveyor of all things you didn’t know you needed, naturally their selection of Christmas tree ornaments is in a class of its own. Where else would you find bedazzled danglers reminscent of Georgian lover’s eye jewellery? www.rockettstgeorge.co.uk INSTANT HYGGE IS WHAT’S NEEDED now it starts getting dark at 4pm. The Glød candle treats the olfactory sense to spicy fig and cinnamon while emitting a cheering amber glow. And you can rest easy on the eco…

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winter woolies

HOW TO MAKE NEEDLE PUNCHED ANIMALS MATERIALS Oxford Punch Needle, Size 10 regular Embroidery hoop, 25cm (10") Three 33 x 33cm (13 x 13") pieces of monk’s cloth (we got ours from www.amyoxford.com) Patons Classic Wool Roving, 100% wool, 109m/120yd per 100g ball, one ball each in Black (Yarn A), Pale Blush (Yarn B), Aran (Yarn C), Gray (Yarn D) and Low Tide (Yarn E) Lopi AlafossLopi, 100% wool, 100m/109yd per 100g ball, one ball each in Light Grey Tweed (Yarn F) and Light Indigo (Yarn G) Three 20 x 25cm (7 7/8 x 97/8") pieces of Kaufman Essex Yarn Dyed Linen, one each in Indigo (Fabric A), Malibu (Fabric B) and Silver (Fabric C) Erasable fabric marker Six small black beads Black embroidery thread Matching sewing thread Soft toy stuffing Maximum…

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fringe goals

HOW TO MAKE A MACRAME NECKLACE MATERIALS Supersoft Single Twist String, 3mm in Merlot (ours was from www. niromastudio.com ) Gold necklace chain Fine tooth comb If you’re as obsessed as we are with macramé wall hangings, making a scaled-down jewellery version is the next step towards being the ultimate boho queen. A simple and easy intro into the craft, this is a fun one to do with friends for a crafty night in. Use your chunky new accessory to style up an oversized winter knit, and if the hue isn’t for you, switch up the colours to match your vibe. 01 Start by cutting nine 1m (39 3/8") length cords. Fold the cords in half and attach to the centre of the necklace using lark’s head knot, following the guide on page 87. 02…