It’s time to set resolutions for 2017 – but what’s the best way to achieve your crafty goals for the year ahead?
For the latest Mollie Makes, I wrote about the remarkable collaborations that can blossom between creative friends.
Who needs new? Find out how to access constantly changing, original materials and tools for bargain prices at secondhand stores…
Tea and a chat with paper cutter Emily Hogarth
It’s messy, wonky and frequently ends in tears – but could the chaos of kids’ craft be a tonic for burnt-out creatives?
You’ve got your dream business started, now all you need is to let potential buyers know about it. But how do you stand out?
I can’t believe I’m in Mollie Makes, one of my favourite magazines as a reader!
I’ve loved Mini Magpie unisex children’s clothes ever since I first stumbled across them in an east London market stall. For this month’s Mollie Makes I interviewed the super-creative designer Kimberley Golding about how she invents some of the most playful children’s clothes around.
Got your genius idea? We investigate different ways of raising the cold hard cash you need to make it happen.
In the first of a new series on how to turn makes into cash, I write on how to become a pro maker.
Author photographs: Nina Hollington ThemeShopy