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Mollie Makes: Weddings: Crochet, knitting, sewing, felting, papercraft and more Hardcover – 6 Feb 2014
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'If you're planning to hail yourself as a DIY bride, you'll need this craft bible by your side' --My Daily
'If you are a DIY bride-to-be you really can't afford to miss this one' --Aphrodite's World
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Mollie Makes is the UK's most successful lifestyle and craft magazine, bringing you the best of contemporary craft, with 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. The Mollie Makes team have hand-picked projects from their favourite international designers for each book in the series, which perfectly complements the magazine's unique editorial style and first class design.
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4 March 2015
The majority of material requirements allows for the up cycling of found textiles and nothing much is set in stone particularly, so details in respect of equipping projects is quite loose for that reason. In the section of the crocheting of the flower posy and the lace and The Wedding Sampler too, they mention brand specific details. As with all Mollie Makes books information is consistently concise, but some info has to be read and then reread in order to grasp it fully. Photography works to display an end result that is achievable. Instructions are clear enough for a beginner. Projects are challenging enough for the more experienced. There's a nice principled idea behind the notion of a 'homemade' wedding but is this just one step too far in the handmade revival story? Read the full review at tssreviews
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