91 Magazine’s Latest Issue

December is a time for curling up on the sofa with a cup of something warm (and, preferably, mulled) and something good to read – and, luckily, the latter has arrived in the form of 91 Magazine‘s new issue. And it’s just in time too, as it really has turned rather frosty.

This issue has plenty to inspire you during December and beyond. The gorgeous feature on winter pastels is a particular favourite of mine, as is the piece on trend predictions for 2015 (you heard them here first, folks).

We also get to take a peek at blogger Katy Orme’s stunning home, which is a minimal new-build decked out with eclectic, vintage homewares, proving that you don’t have to let go of your passion for vintage just because you live in a modern apartment.

I’ve fallen in love with the monochrome screen-printed textiles created by Emma Pearson of Mabel and Bird, who features in the Folksy Seller Spotlight this month. Be sure to check out my interview with designer Clare Nicolson for the Ladies Online feature too.

In terms of craft projects, there are several rather fun ideas for decorating with doilies (who knew they could be so exciting?), DIY handmade Christmas crackers, a kantha patched cushion tutorial, and a free calligraphy printable.

Basically, there’s too much gorgeousness in this issue for me to mention here, so you’ll just have to pop over to Magzter and see it for yourself. You can also purchase the special print edition of the magazine, produced earlier this year in collaboration with Mollie Makes, for just £2.95 (including P&P within the UK) from the website.

91 Magazine December 2014

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