Amigurumi-expert and fairy tale lover Tessa van Riet-Ernst puts numerous world famous fairy tale characters in a new crochet jacket - all with a little twist! The big bad wolf is secretly a softy, but he tries to look more dangerous by wearing a spiky collar. And Prince Charming is still not sure which princess stole his heart: the lovely Snow White or Cinderella. Or maybe Rapunzel, with her beautiful long hair? Goldilocks, Little Red Riding Hood, the seven goats, the ugly duckling and the three little pigs all play a leading role. This book contains 8 world famous stories and more than 20 new patterns. Projects range from beginner-friendly to suitable for the advanced crocheter. Each project comes with easy-to-follow instructions as well as explanations for all stitches used.
Even if you've never made a doll before this easy-to-follow guide will show you how to create characters from fairy tales and fables. Each of 30 projects features simple instructions and color photographs.
"Incredibly innovative, fun, and creative, Crochet Stories: Grimms’ Fairy Tales is something you can share with your loved ones for many years and it will surely inspire you to go on to create even more fairy tale characters." — Erisea Mag "Absolutely adorable." — Shadows' Reach Practitioners of amigurumi, the Japanese art of crocheting stuffed dolls, will adore this collection of sixteen playful patterns for fairy tale figures. Projects include the witch and the gingerbread house as well as the hero and heroine of "Hansel and Gretel"; the giant and the golden goose's eggs of "Jack and the Beanstalk," in addition to the beanstalk and Jack himself; the long-haired captive of "Rapunzel," her lonely tower, and her rescuer, the prince; the animals of "The Hare and the Hedgehog" plus a juicy carrot; and the wee subject of "Tom Thumb" and his cow. Clear instructions for creating the characters are accompanied by color photos of the finished products along with charming retellings of all five fairy tales. An introductory chapter offers general notes and tips, including pointers on working in the round, stuffing, measurements, and finishing. "Sure to delight and inspire! A charmingly whimsical repository of achievable patterns." — The Bookshelf Gargoyle
Create Irresistible Amigurumi Masterpieces with These 40 Adorable and Easy-to-Follow Patterns Crocheting has never been so cute! With patterns for everything from mermaids and the Loch Ness monster to jellyfish, teapots and cinnamon rolls, these cuddly amigurumi plushes are guaranteed to charm, making them an enchanting addition to a child’s toy collection, a perfect handmade gift or a whimsical way to brighten your home. Best of all, each project requires little or no sewing, allowing them to come together quickly and easily. Beginners will learn the basics behind amigurumi stitches, and experts will enjoy trying out new techniques and designs, making this an appealing collection for crafters of every skill level. Each addictive project will have you reluctant to put down the crochet hook, and the impressive variety of patterns means you won’t have to.
This fun, quirky book contains 11 cute and whimsical fairytale favourites ... using gorgeous amigurumi designs. The book also contains an easy-to-use step-by-step techniques section, showing the reader how to pin out their crochet pieces before assembling, make moving arms and legs and create a range of hairstyles.
Each of these 31 projects features simple instructions and color photographs. No previous crafting experience necessary. Figures include Queen Elizabeth, Charles and Di, Prince Harry, Will and Kate, and many others.
More than a dozen well-illustrated patterns, appropriate for intermediate to advanced crocheters, include figures of Alice, the Queen of Hearts and White Rabbit, a Flamingo Mallet and a Hedgehog Ball, and much more.
A history of this centuries-old craft presents step-by-step instructions with full-color illustrations for 30 variations on the basic procedure. Ideal for knitting, sewing, and needlepoint aficionados wishing to embellish handmade items.
Suitable for beginning to intermediate crocheters, this book features a retelling of the classic tale with 19 patterns for Baum's beloved characters and settings: Dorothy, Toto, Witch, Flying Monkey, more.