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Making Magazine Issues


Issues of Making Magazine are brim full of gorgeous crafting projects.   Every issue focuses on knitting, crochet and sewing but will also feature other crafts such as rug making, macrame, felting, leather work, embroidery, home remedies and so much more. 

Knit and sew garment patterns are sized up to fit at least a 60" bust measurement.

I plan to carry all future issues of Making and have ordered the back catalogue from Issue 7 onwards.

Please note that all issues are currently on pre-order and will be posted on or around the 29th October 2021.  If you order other goods alongside your issues of Making, everything will be shipped in the same order.

Issue 12 - DUSK: estimated 10 knitting patterns, 1 crochet pattern, 9 other crafting projects.  

DUSK is inspired by more time spent at home, inviting rest and relaxation to be a priority in our daily lives. This collection aims to savour the dusk—its colours and mood—and everything it offers to teach us about transforming our place in this world.  

Issue 11 - DAWN: estimated 8 knitting patterns, 1 crochet pattern, 10 other crafting projects 

Issue 10 - INTRICATE: estimated 9 knitting patterns, 1 crochet pattern, 10 other crafting projects 

Issue 9 - SIMPLE: estimated 12 knitting patterns, 1 crochet pattern, 8 other crafting projects

Issue 8 - FOREST: estimated 11 knitting patterns, 11 other crafting projects

Issue 7 - DESERT: estimated 8 knitting patterns, 1 crochet pattern, 11 other crafting projects


You may also be interested in Moorit, a new high-end crochet magazine and Making Stories knitting magazine.



    estimated 26cm x 20cm x 1cm


    Product materials, sourcing and PoM Rating 

    Printed in USA.


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    The P&P costs applied are very transparent.  No additional costs are added on, you simply pay for the cost of packaging and the cost of postage.  I don't offer free P&P because what that usually means is that the cost of P&P has been added to the cost of goods.  I think it is better to assume that my customers aren't daft and would rather have transparent P&P costs than the pretence of 'Free P&P' with potentially inflated prices on the items that they are buying.  


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