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It is very difficult to get a salable copy for a reasonable price. Although this book was published in 1973 it is not dated at all, as current in design and instruction as any recent book.
The New York Times Book of Needlepoint is one of the classic and I think important basic Needlepoint books. This is the book I learned to do Needlepoint from. it is set up to be easy to use and easy to understand. This book was published by Quadrangle/The New York Times Book Co. on 1973.
This has recently become a very rare book and the price has skyrocketed.
This sometimes happens, I am not always sure why.
There are many color pictures in this book and the stitch graphs are done in 2 or 3 colors as well as black & white, which makes them much easier to understand and follow.
This is a large book, it has 247 pages. it is set up in lessons, there are 8 of them. Each lesson features a different stitch. Then there is a basics chapter and 2 more chapters with more ideas and interesting info.
This copy is one of the better condition copies I have ever seen. The dust jacket is good, a little worn & bent at the edges. The book inside is Very Good.
The pages inside are slightly yellowed by age.