This book is really well put together, I liked the photography and the way each pattern was set up. It's very pretty to even just flip through! Each pattern tells you the skill level, which most are either easy or beginner. I especially love the section on 'basic stitches & techniques', it has illustrations to show you how to do stitches. I don't really need those anymore but I love to look at them!
There's a great mix of patterns in here, you can see all the projects here on the ravelry page. This book is great for fall weather though, so many projects perfect for the season! I want to have a few finished soon since it's starting to cool down.
The first project from this book that I decided to try was the Bamboo Handle Bag. I unfortunately couldn't get my hands on an oval bamboo handle like the pattern calls for, so I settled on round plastic ones. I got them with my 50% off coupon at Michaels, so I'm not too upset. Next time though, I will order handles online!
Are you interested in this book? Want to win a copy? Lark Crafts was generous enough to offer a copy to giveaway to one of my readers! All you need to do is leave a comment on this post, be sure to include your email address so I can get in touch with you if you are the winner! This one is only open to those living in the US or Canada this time.
Which project would you start with if you win! (see them here)
I will announce the winner on Sunday, September 16th! Good luck!