I’m “Blogger of the Month” in Craftseller Magazine! (And new free pattern: Custard Creams!)

Craft1I’m in the December issue of Craftseller Magazine in the UK as Blogger of the Month! Craftseller encourages you to make and sell your handmade crafts, so there’s advice and lots of fun projects inside to make and sell, not only in the magazine, but on the website, too. I have a Q&A and also a free pattern for ya!

Craft2Actually the free pattern is up on on their website, so I’ll go ahead and link you to it. {{Edit: Unfortunately, Craftseller Magazine no longer exists, so I posted this pattern for free on my blog here.}} It’s for a little custard cream sandwich cookie to with your tea or coffee. I had them at my table at Renegade, and a lot of people had a cute nostalgia for these little guys! Enjoy!!!


13 Comments on “I’m “Blogger of the Month” in Craftseller Magazine! (And new free pattern: Custard Creams!)”

  • Congrats on getting published again!

  • Congratulations!!! That is so rad.

  • Fiona


    I love how you’re able to translate real life cute things into non-real life cute things 🙂 Congrats on the feature!

  • Emily


    Wow so cute! I want to make some for hair clips!~

    • Emily


      (me again) i also like that I am having ideas for alterations to the pattern to make other cookies and sweets! Oreos anyone?

      • El


        Oh! I LOVE Oreos! Please send me a pattern if you have one! I would rally appreciate it!
        -El <3 Eggos

  • congratulations 🙂
    I am a huge fan of your blog and it is so nice that you are being recognized in a magazine.

    • TwinkieChan


      Aw, you’re so sweet, thank you so much! <3

  • Rachel Brooks


    This crochet custard cream looks brilliant and I’d love to make some but the link now just goes through to the Mollie Makes site and I can’t find a way to search for this pattern there. Could you put up a different link?

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

To top