Mollie Makes

Mollie Makes Issue 85

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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looking forward

There’s change in the air, from the chilly evenings creeping in, to the thought of Christmas getting even closer (hurrah!). And, we’re feeling it on Team Mollie . I’m so excited to be stepping up as Acting Editor while Cath’s away, and can’t wait to welcome two new team members next issue. We’re also looking forward to 2018 with the annual Mollie Makes calendar, filled with Tamsyn Morgans’ beautifully styled projects. But first, Christmas! Get prepped and ready with our festive makes and gift ideas. Embrace the trend for tassels with a quick-knit scarf, get party-ready with a cocktail set, and catch Santa’s eye with Christine Leech’s stocking – a celebration of texture, colour, and all things festive!…

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Christine Leech Author and maker Christine believes everything looks lovelier with a pom pom and some glitter. She has yet to meet a craft she doesn’t agree with – apart from knitting that is, which she’s still trying to master. Make Christine’s stocking on page 18. www.sewyeah.co.uk David Lewis Military man-turned-printer David is the driving force behind Cherry Press – a traditional letterpress service he runs with the help of his wife, Amie, and his vintage printing presses, Marigold and Martha. Read David’s creative story on page 26. www.cherrypress.co.uk Hayley Southwood Hayley is a keen entrepreneur and marketer. Before she started interiors brand Southwood Stores, Hayley was also known as Mrs Scoops, founder of Vintage Scoops, and catered events from her retro ice cream van, Betty. Take a tour of Hayley’s home on page 50.…

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2018 calender

In with the new... Putting together the Mollie Makes calendar is one of our highlights of the year, so we were especially thrilled when Tamsyn Morgans agreed to craft and style the 2018 edition. A renowned interiors stylist, Tamsyn’s easy-to-make projects and beautiful photography will fill you with fresh inspiration throughout 2018, with a new seasonal make for every month. We’ve also included a pack of gorgeous botanical stickers for you to use with your calendar, designed by talented illustrator Becki Clark. Her hand-painted florals and modern calligraphy are the prettiest way to mark your special occasions for the year ahead. Tamsyn Morgans is an interiors and prop stylist, and a lifestyle blogger. Discover her work on Insta and Twitter @tamsynmorgans, or visit her website at www.tamsynmorgans.com . Becki Clark is an illustrator…

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this month’s wishlist

TOP READ Folk fix Illustrators Flora Waycott, Oana Befort, Marenthe Otten and Terri Fry Kasuba have teamed up to create Creative Folk Art and Beyond – an inspiring collection of tips, exercises and creative projects to help you get your hygge on. www.quartoknows.com French illustrator Jennifer Bouron created the whimsical patterns bringing the latest collection by Italian brand Lazzari to life.This quirky cat-print dress is an offbeat alternative to the usual Christmas partywear offerings. www.lazzarionline.net Nope, our ears aren’t burning – we’re just keeping them toasty warm with Miss Knit Nat’s latest range of headbands. They make it easy to stay snug without getting hat hair. www.missknitnat.com Keep it colourful this Christmas with Meri Meri’s candy-striped crackers. They’ll look a treat on your dining table, and without an obviously festive pattern, they’ll work just as…

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this month we’re obsessing about... dark florals

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floral notebook

MATERIALS • Floral fabric, 50cm (19¾") (we used Liberty London Fabrics Crochet Meadows in Tana Lawn Cotton) • A5 hardback notebook • Gold ribbon, 0.5cm (¼") • Fabric glue • Double-sided tape 01 Press the fabric and place it right side (RS) down onto a flat surface. Open the notebook and lay it on the fabric with the pages facing up. Mark around the outside of the notebook, then add a 5cm (2") border to all four sides, giving enough fabric to fold over the edges. Cut out. 02 Close the notebook, then stick double-sided tape to all four edges on the front and back, and along the spine. Repeat along the inside front and inside back edges. 03 Peel off the backing from the tape on the outside of the cover. Starting at the spine, smooth the…