From the Amazon description:
"Sometimes less is more—and quality is more important than quantity. That's true in textile art too, and this much-needed guide brings a meaningful, thoughtful, and sustainable approach to stitchery. See how to slow down and experience more joy in your craft by trying simple techniques based on traditional practice, reusing and reinventing materials, and limiting equipment. Richly illustrated throughout, this inspirational book will connect with those who seek a new way of working—whether it's starting a stitch journal or joining a community of like-minded artists."
Okay, so I can't review the book at this time because I haven't received it yet but I am really eager to read it. I have a few other books in this series from Batsford and love them all. In fact, don't tell my husband but when I was reviewing their books for this post I ordered two more. Okay, so I am an addict of really, really good textile art books. These are the ones I have so far and can recommend.