71 pages. As reviewed by Janet Perry.
The book is essentially a Bargello pattern book, something that has mostly been lacking. The introductory text is minimal, just one page. If you don’t know how to stitch Bargello, this should be the second book you buy. You’ll want another book that will teach you about stitching Bargello (or there is always Youtube.)
Each pattern takes up one page. on it you will find the pattern, some notes, and the chart.
If you are a Bargello junkie, you’ll be delighted to find many patterns that are old friends. I was so happy to find many of the patterns in Elsa William’s ground-breaking Bargello book here, charted for a new generation.