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Content is ok, Kindle Version is Unimpressive
on May 15, 2013
I think with this book you'd be better off with the actual print version than the Kindle version. It seems like it would be a great troubleshooting guide for people new to sergers. It shows photos of what "good" seams and "bad" seams look like, and what to do to correct them. It seems like you could look at your seam, flip to a photo and find out what went wrong.
The problem is on the Kindle version (at least on my tablet computer), the photos are hard to see. I've never seen the print edition, but from all the praise (Amazon lumps kindle and print version reviews together), I'm going to assume that they are better in the print version. There were many photos where I couldn't really tell the difference between the stitching, but they are dark on my copy (and adjusting the brightness bleeds them out).
I'm probably going to run to a real bookstore and preview a copy of the book and see what it looks like, because I returned the Kindle version.