Checked this out from the library to see if it’s something I want as a reference book. Out of the 101 projects there are ~10 patterns I would make, maybe a few more. Most of the instructions seem clear. However while some patterns have introductory notes, I saw lots of places where a few more details would really help. “This piece is worked from the top down, then sewn together” or “This piece is worked in a spiral, all the same direction.” Without that sort of lead in one has to read through the entire pattern to try to understand the gestalt.
The other thing that I found off putting/weird: each pattern is for a specific brand and color of yarn. I’ve never heard of many of the yarns, and there’s no mention of *why* that yarn was chosen, or which qualities are important for substitutions. So while the patterns are grouped by the general weight classes, that’s... not much information. Felted projects don’t even specify that a wool yarn is necessary for felting. Reply