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IT’S ARRIVED!!! Mollie Makes 98 has hit the shops, ready for you to pick up and start crafting. It’s got a whole new look (head over to our makeover blog post to find out more) and is chock full of amazing designer-makers. There’s a bit of fashion in 98 for everyone, with a crochet cowl to keep you warm, cute Christmas eve pjs for the little ones and sparkly shoe patches to jazz up any outfit.
The festive season is Team Mollie‘s favorite time of year, and issue 98 is fully welcoming it in. There’s a range of projects, from stockings to your all-important advent calendars, plus some pull-out Christmassy papers, all waiting for that most wonderful time of the year. Our motto is you can never start a Christmas project too early (or a box of Celebrations for that matter).
Projects in this issue
This month’s gift is the return of the annual Mollie Makes calendar. Designed by the amazing Chloe Hardisty, AKA Cotton Clara, every month features a different crafty project ranging from tasselled baskets to polymer clay pots. She chats more about her inspiration inside, but told us: “I really enjoy quick and easy projects that have a big impact, so designing 12 projects for the Mollie Makes calendar was a dream!”
Colorful and bright, the 2019 calendar is an organisational dream and will sit perfectly in any creative’s studio or home. And, most importantly, it features the on sale date of all the future issues so you’ll never miss one again. Send us a snap of your calendar in action using #molliemakers.
Meet Worm London and Hollie Evans
We also had the pleasure of interviewing both Worm London and Hollie Evans in their beautiful spaces. Florists Terri Chandler and Katie Smyth showed us around their incredible studio in London where they’ve made floral arrangements for huge, influential clients and lots of lovely brides. We sat down and had a chat about pursuing your passion and the importance of creative spaces.
We then escaped to the countryside to meet Hollie Evans, better known as Flora Fairweather, in her picturesque cottage. She showed us around her handmade, quintessentially British home, complete with crochet blankets and Emma Bridgewater teapots. Grab your copy of the mag to read the full interviews and get inspired by these dreamy floral spots.