As the sequel to "Book of Bobbin Lace Stitches" by the same authors, this work can be used as an introductory manual for bobbin lacemakers and as a "dictionary" of stitches for more experienced lacemakers. The authors have selected a range of those stitches most frequently used in bobbin lacemaking. Some 86 stitches and variations are illustrated and grouped together in series. Grounds, fillings and decorative features are included and the information is arranged so that the details for each stitch are contained on a single page. The use of a graph enables the lacemaker to alter the size as desired and the instructions include enlarged diagrams showing the final thread positions to assist the worker to complete each stitch. Bridget M. Cook and Geraldine Stott are the co-authors of "100 Traditional Bobbin Lace Patterns". Bridget M. Cook is also author of "Introduction to Bobbin Lace Patterns", "Practical Skills in Bobbin Lace" and "The Torchon Lace Workbook" while Geraldine Stott is author of "The Bobbin Lace Manual" and "Visual Introduction to Bucks Point Lace".