Making is the UK's first contemporary craft magazine, bringing its readers 25 bespoke projects every month. Filled with inspiration, beautiful projects and stunning photography, Making is essential reading for the discerning crafter. Covering a wide range of techniques and disciplines, clear how-to's and style advice along with regular features and shopping pages, Making is the perfect combination of craft and lifestyle for a creative audience.
In this month's issue:
Our tribal inspired July issue hits the shelves today! With over 30 festival fabulous projects, it's the perfect summer accompaniment. Keep your home organised, yet super chic, with some geometric home crafts including a quilted pinboard, shot silk magazine rack and tan leather iPad cover. But it's not all practical: why not dress up your picnics with Mexican oilcloth bags and a Shibori dyed canopy, before treating your wardrobe to a lovely linen sundress and pretty pom pom shorts? After all that sewing, printing and crocheting, take a break in the sunshine with textile designer and author of Clothbound, Julie Paterson, then read Kate Smith of The Makery's guest column, in which she shares her inspiration for one of her most popular workshops. Along with all the usual style and crafting inspiration, there's discounts and giveaways throughout, so keep your eyes peeled! In a palette of pinks, oranges and blues, this issue is bursting with tropical sunshine, no matter what the English summer throws at us.