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on December 4, 2011
40 pages, counting both outside covers, not a weighty tome. And, it presents only four patterns: Persian 3-in-1, Japanese 12-in-2, Helm's weave, and dragonscale.
But, within the limits it set for itself, this does a fair job. Each technique comes with pages of photos showing each link in each state of development. Actually, that's not my favorite presentation - Whyte's color-coded diagrams work better for me. But, given the contrasting wires in these projects, the loss isn't so drastic.
Good, maybe not the best, and an hour of web searching might serve you better. But, if you like the paper format, this will get you up and running - despite some tendency for the author to advertise wire products she's associated with.