on 27 December 2012
It had a couple of interesting pages on dye lengths in yarn and how it can affect pooling and shows a number of stitches that can be used to break up areas of colour.
That said, the stitches shown are fairly obvious - slip stitches, moss, etc. - and the majority of the book is taken up by outdated patterns in insane yarn colours, which killed it for me.
In the end I just couldn't take it seriously. This book perpetuates old (bad) craft stereotypes and missed a golden opportunity to showcase the beauty of some gorgeous hand dyed yarns by using outmoded fashions and aesthetics. A shame, really.