Fairy tales are a staple fro everyone’s childhood and the most famous of those have to be the tale that come from the imaginations of the Brother Grimm. Now, with the help of Vanessa Putt and her fabulous book, you can share those stories with your children and make them little crochet characters to accompany the story telling.
There is nothing more fun than telling a story and seeing children act it out themselves or with toys. Vanessa Putt came up with the genius idea of sharing some of the fantastic and gruesome tales from the Brothers Grimm and creating an incredible sixteen patterns to accompany the stories.
If you love Hansel and Gretel, then you will love making the inquisitive duo, the wicked witch and the gorgeous gingerbread house, (although we wouldn’t recommend eating this one, wool can be scratchy). The step by step instructions in the pattern will have you crocheting the little amigurumi (Japanese stuffed crochet dolls) in no time, while your children wait, most likely impatiently for you to finish so that they can play.
Along with the mischievous siblings, you can find patterns and stories for Jack and the Beanstalk, including the giant and beanstalk, Rapunzel, her tower and prince as well as little Tom Thumb!
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.