I wasn't disappointed, great photography, practical, simple but beautiful things to make it was hard to choose a favourite....I rather liked them all.
Split into chapters on each fabric, cotton, silk, linen, hide and wool there are some great projects but also some background info & history too. For those of you who have a particular passion for anything fabricy this is an interesting read. Along with some great resource pages it makes it so much more than just a book of how to's.
Even the envelope at the back was eye candy packed with full size patterns clearly marked and easy to read.
I have a list of projects lined up but I decided that this one just couldn't wait as I had a undyed hide that I had wanted to make a bag with for an age and this seemed to be the perfect fit.
Easily made in an hour I totally love my new bag, it was a little stiff so I have been softening the leather with a mix of olive oil and beeswax but it will really come into its own when I start to use and abuse it.
Next on the list is a pair of slippers for everyone, am thinking denim rather than linen for the boys and maybe a rather lovely floral for me.
So Cloth gets the thumbs up from me and a definite for the christmas list....