Fairy Tale Knits

32 Projects to Knit Happily Ever After

Author: A. Stewart-Guinee

Publisher: Wiley


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 176

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32 whimsical patterns for children twelve months to eight years Two timeless traditions-fairy tales and knitting-come together magically in the season's most original knitting book. You'll get patterns to knit pieces that are reminiscent of the world's most beloved fabled characters, including Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Robin Hood, Hansel and Gretel, knights, pirates, and many more. From a fanciful capelet and muff to a playful baby jumper and hat, these are the children's knitting patterns dreams are made of. Richly wrapped in the look and feel of a real storybook, Fairy Tale Knits is saturated with lush photography and a beautiful full-color design. Whether you're a beginner or experienced knitter, these 32 imaginative projects truly make for knitting happily ever after. You'll get 32 patterns for innovative projects kids will love to wear Designs that are wearable for everyday school and play A full-color design featuring lush photography Fairy Tale Knits is a sophisticated and enchanting knitting book you and your children will turn to again and again.

Fairy Tale Knits

20 Enchanting Characters to Make

Author: Fiona Goble

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 80

View: 398

From the author of the sensational Knit Your Own Royal Wedding, Knitivity, and Noah's Knits, Fairy Tale Knits lets you bring to life your favorite fairy tale characters as you read along with the stories and look at the gorgeous illustrations and the photographs of each doll. Included are instructions for making 20 beloved characters from stories such as "Goldilocks and the Three Bears," "Little Red Riding Hood," "Rapunzel," "Three Little Pigs," "Beauty and the Beast," and "Hansel and Gretel." Basic knitting stitch techniques are illustrated and explained for beginners, and experienced knitters can try their hands at embellishments and more complex patterns. There's something for everyone in this enchanting book!

Fiona Goble's Fairy Tale Knits

20 Enchanting Characters to Make

Author: Fiona Goble

Publisher: Ivy Books


Category: Fairy tales in art

Page: 80

View: 562

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Once Upon a Knit

28 Grimm and Glamorous Fairy-Tale Projects

Author: Genevieve Miller

Publisher: Potter Craft


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 581

Iconic fairy-tale characters from storybooks, movies, and television inspire this collection of magical knitting patterns perfect for modern knights, villains, and princesses. Once again, Genevieve Miller taps a wide range of contributors (from knitwear designers to students) to create a collection of 28 wearables, accessories, and toys that can be knit for adults or kids. Inspired by the recent resurgence of fairy-tale and fantasy characters, these projects draw from classic stories as well as pop-culture phenomena featuring romantic, feminine costumes. Projects range from kid- and teen-friendly animals hats to an Alice in Wonderland beret to a crystal-embellished vest fit for a Snow Queen, adding a little dress-up fun to knitters' everyday wardrobes.

Faerie Knitting

14 Tales of Love and Magic

Author: Alice Hoffman

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 112

View: 595

From New York Times bestselling author Alice Hoffman and master knitter Lisa Hoffman comes Faerie Knitting, a magical melding of words and yarn where the ordinary is turned into the extraordinary and where imagination becomes creation. The magic of storytelling and the magic of knitting—woven together in 14 original patterns inspired by each story. “How fairy tales are told and remembered has a great deal in common with knitting traditions. It is no mistake that we describe storytelling as knitting a tale, or weaving a story, or spinning a yarn.”—Alice Hoffman, from the Introduction of Faerie Knitting Featuring fourteen original fairy tales, Faerie Knitting is an entrancing collection of stories of love and loss, trust and perseverance. Seamlessly woven into the plot of each tale is a magical garment or accessory inspired by the bravery and self-reliance of the tale’s heroine and brought to life through an imaginative and bespoke knit pattern. From the Blue Heron Shawl and the Love Never Ending Cowl, to the Three Wishes Mittens and Amulet Necklace, each project is as wearable as it is magical. Lush, atmospheric photography captures the enchanted faerie domain while beautifully rendered charts and instructions are well suited for beginner and advanced knitters alike. Presented in an elegant linen case with foil accents that evoke the fairy tale tradition, Faerie Knitting is a rare gift for creators—and lovers—of magic.

Fairy Tale Knits

Author: Katharina Ritter

Publisher: Search PressLtd


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 78

View: 705

Presents more than twenty knitting patterns for women and children inspired by fairy tales, including a Red Riding Hood hat, a Rapunzel dress, and Cinderella slippers.

Fairy Tale Blues

Author: Tina Welling

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Fiction

Page: 336

View: 274

From the author of Crybaby Ranch, who ?writes with insight, humor, and complete control? (Tim Sandlin). On the night of her twenty-sixth wedding anniversary, AnnieLaurie McFall does the unthinkable. Without a word to her husband Jess, she walks out on their celebration dinner and catches a flight to Florida. It?s time for a sabbatical from marriage?and some serious soul-searching. So she sets herself up in the small coastal town of Hibiscus and creates the perfect six-month retreat to reimagine a storybook ending that could actually come true with Jess still her prince. What she discovers along the way is far more surprising, outrageous, and just plain fun than she ever expects.

Yes, I Knit Blankets for Squirrels

A Fairy Tale Author and Her Bushy-Tailed Friends

Author: Shirl Knobloch

Publisher: Shirley Knobloch



Page: 44

View: 286

It all started one stormy night......... No, not a horror story. A story of love. The story of a fairy tale author and her love for squirrels.

The God of the Fairy Tale

Finding Truth in the Land of Make-Believe

Author: Jim Ware

Publisher: WaterBrook


Category: Religion

Page: 192

View: 240

What Treasures Are Hidden in the Enchanted Woods? More than just bedtime traditions, more than simple children’s literature, the most enduring stories are echoes of the greatest of all stories, the Gospel. God of the Fairy Tale is a collection of spiritual reflections on the truths found in classic fairy tales, truths that point us to the ultimate Truth about God, redemption, and ourselves. Delving into twenty classic folk and fairy tales, God of the Fairy Tale leads us into the mystical landscape of elves, goblins, and talking animals to reveal the jewels of truth that hide inside these most simple of stories. Through the fables of Snow White, Cinderella, Hansel and Gretel, and many others, we discover a perspective not unlike that of the Bible–a world of people trying to be something more, questing to do good in a realm fraught with evil, where a turn of the tables leaves the strong defeated and the weak victorious. Each tale is presented along with a meditation on the spiritual and theological themes present. God of the Fairy Tale will warm your heart with a world of characters, creatures, and circumstances that spin an entertaining yarn and affirm the most essential Christian worldviews.

Forest Fairytale Knits

7 Enchanting Projects to Make and Share

Author: Stephanie Jo Dosen



Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 32

View: 808

Designer (and singer/songwriter) Stephanie Dosen s knitting creations are topping the charts in the crafts community. Already a favorite on Ravelry.com (where more than 5,000 knitters follow Stephanie/Tiny Owl Knits and love to purchase and knit her patterns for animal-themed hats, wristees, wraps and more), Tiny Owl s beloved designs are on Facebook, Etsy, and are some of the hottest knitting patterns around. Her 2013 Taunton book, "Woodland Knits," has sold more than 12,000 copies to date and Stephanie s audience is eager for more, more, more Stephanie Dosen s Tiny Owl Knits, has quickly gained iconic status among knitters: her patterns are brisk sellouts (at $5.50 per pattern) online, and she has been given feature coverage in both mainstream and knitting magazines, including "Bust," "Handmade Living," "Simply Knitting, "and "Yarn Forward." Today's avid, busy knitters love small patterns that knit up in a day or a weekend and Stephanie s clever knits fill the bill. Right now, knitters also love animal-themed knits, and they can t seem to get enough of Stephanie s delicately beautiful patterns that incorporate deer, fox, owl, and other woodland themes (plus pretty flowers and vines) and look like nothing else on the market. Here are 14 cute, contemporary projects to knit including bunny slippers, baby lamb fingerless gloves, plus hats, wraps, scarves, and much more. Traditional, straightforward stitches combine with wonderful yarns and clever patterns to produce accessories with an expensive boutique look. "