I'm more than sure that you will have heard about, bought and read the wonderful Mollie Makes by now, but after more than 20 issues, I thought I would write my review of one of my favourite crafting magazines. Mollie Makes, for me, was the answer to wanting a modern, relevant and design-led craft magazine. It's also got a fab website which is a regular inspiration resource. If you need a crafty tweeter to follow, new craft book, recommended online store, crafty website, new projects or patterns and a rundown of the latest trends and some brilliant freebies too - Mollie Makes is the answer.
air dry clay projects to really cover all aspect of craft.
Purely my personal taste, but we are only 21 issues in and 'Hey Mollie Makes, why aren't you written just for me and what I want?' *Update: Mollie Makes have just announced Mollie Makes Home - coincidence?! Very excited for this and can't wait to read ;)*
I thought I'd link to a few of my favourite projects from their website, on my to-do list this year, just in case your are in need of a crafty fix too:
Fabric Leaves [like the ones above]
Are you a reader or new convert? What do you think?
The snow, as beautiful as it is and as much as I love it, is causing much disruption craft-wise as I can't pop out and buy the materials I need, so I have been making the most of the time indoors crocheting and mentally planning my future projects. I also have a bake-fest planned for the weekend which I am very excited about, so I must start working out my recipes and timings in advance, rather than just before I start [as usual] - hope the snow isn't causing you too many problems and see you tomorrow!
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