131 pages. As reviewed by Janet Perry.
As a stitch dictionary Categories for Needlepoint Stitches is organized by the area to be stitched.
The strength of this book is if you are searching for a stitch often you want a stitch for something specific. Such as a stitch for clothing. In the chapter on fabrics, I find more than 20 pages of stitches, covering many techniques including laidwork, pattern darning and basketweave patterns for needlepoint damask. Other stitches are meant to leave areas of the canvas showing through.
Each section of the book has stitches and, sometimes, tips for the different areas commonly seen in needlepoint. My two favorites are in the section on Faces & Skin, with great tips for two perplexing areas, eyebrows and moths. Clearly Snyder has brought her long experience as a designer and teacher helping students and customers stitch canvases to this book.