Fairy Tale Knits by Katharina Ritter was released earlier this year. I've shared another fairy tale knit book in the past which focused more on children's clothing and went for simple elegance. This one goes more for adult romance and sexiness and some of the reviews have knocked it for that reason. I've included pictures and will let you decide for yourself. And, yes, most of these just use fairy tales as a unifying naming theme, they don't really invoke fairy tales within themselves, in my opinion.
Creating a complete fairy-tale wardrobe is a snap with this project guide of easy-to-make, enchanting knitted wearables. Invoking several classic Grimm fairy tales, projects include head-turning Red Riding Hood hats, alluring Cinderella slippers, and dress wear for young Rapunzels. Casting a broad spell of chic style, intermediate and advanced knitters will find much inspiration for accessorizing their outfits with additional ribbon embellishments, lacy arm warmers, baby booties, cardigan jackets, and scarves. Offering a wide range of styles across 20 beautiful designs, princesses—and queens—will find the right gear for exploring enchanted woods, mixing magic potions, or simply traversing the city sidewalks of the mortal world.