The book has a short introduction and a list of illustrations; the rest being dedicated to 105 images of 88 unique pieces of design work, each pattern has a separate page to itself, so there is no cluttering of multiple patterns on one page. All of the imagery is in full colour, with both completed pattern work as well as a number of drawings produced by Morris himself.
I think personally that although Morris is well known and much of the pattern work in this book will be familiar to many, it is still a good idea to collect together work that follows a particular theme, in this case, the paramount inspirational guide of nature, as well as following the career of a creative individual such as Morris. So much can be learned and so much can be of use inspirationally from designers of the past and to be able to take such pattern work forward into new avenues of creativity, is a must for all of us.
Whether you use this ebook for inspiration, guidance, reference, or just pure enjoyment, I hope that it proves a useful tool. I am thinking of producing some more books in this field and while I do have some ideas as to themes, if anyone has suggestions as to what they would like to see, I am more than happy to see what I can do.
As always, the book will be available from the ebook page, which can be found by pressing the Ebook tab at the top of the page. It can also be found by pressing the book cover photo on the right hand side of this site. The eight other book titles, including six written books and two reference guides, can also be bought on the ebook page.