Since there are no pics of the book or table of contents, I thought I would write that out and comment on each pattern. They are all grouped according to skill level. Hope this helps!
Springtime throw - basic granny squares with raised borders used to attach each square
Knickerbockerglory bunting - oh my, just what everyone wants, a banner for their yard?? Basic triangles
Hook holder - rolled holder with a ribbon for tying
Floral purse - cute lined 6 x 4 in. clutch with 3 flowers on the flap (on cover)
Round stripy pillow cover - round pillow with dc circular stripes (not connected in a spiral, just separate circles)
Beanie hat - cute hat with a flower on the side
Patchwork bag - granny square type lined 12 x 12 in. bag
Rose shopper - another bag, 13.5 x 11 in. with two flowers on the front top area, slightly frilly edge at top opening
Fabric seat covers - big, bumpy looking seat covers that I would not use, too uncomfortable looking, utilizes giant hook
Jam pot covers - very cute if you have a use for these (on cover)
Wash cloths - lovely wash cloths, just look so sumptuous
Egg cozies - again, very cute if you have a use for them
Mug warmers - nice one button mug warmer without a bottom (I like the ones with a bottom)
Cafetiere cozy - like the mug warmers, but for a pot that I don't have or ever will have
Peaked toddler hat - cute baby! and cute hat, but lots of back loop stuff that I don't like, flower again added
Stripy wave pillow - love this pillow, basic square shape
Baby blanket - cute 26 x 35 in. blanket, frilly edge, fan stitch
Chunky seashell scarf - I like this, could be used as a shawl, thick looking but open stitches
Floral Curtain Tie-Backs - yes, more flowers, um a page filler?
Felted Beaded Bracelet - do not like, 3 big fat felted flowers attached to a piece of fabric, ugh
Fingerless gloves - these are nice, shorter style, a bit decorative on the edge work
Swishy scarf - made vertically, pretty, lacy looking
Baby bouncers - balls, that's all, just little 7.5 in. diameter balls
Chunky luscious pillow - another pretty pillow with 3 buttons on the top, bigger than the other one though (18 in.)
Baby bibs - boring baby bibs
Baby slippers - very cute and easy looking
Now for the harder stuff:
Camelia blanket - granny squares with yet more flowers attached
Roses and posies tea cozy - adorable, yes, but I would be too afraid to get a tea stain on this to ever make it!
Russian dolls-babushkas - these make the whole book worth it! I really want to make these 4 dolls. Lots of detail on them.
Cherub dress - For an 18-24 month old, nice, but not for the messy kid!
Mrs. Mittens purse - I love this little purse (a crocheted kitty's head with straps!), very cute for a young girl
Summer evening shawl - lace work on this 67 x 27.5 in. shawl
Pavlova - A fake cake? I guess there are books devoted to just this kind of thing, but I would rather have a real pavlova!
Felted cherry brooch - another page filler
Monty and Priscilla Bear - 12 in. basic bears
Well, that's it. I'm ready to go crochet something!
EDIT: I'm upgrading to 5 stars. Putting my personal preferences aside, this is such a well put together book with a big variety of great projects. You won't be disappointed.