I agree with LD's comment there was no option for both. And I do like the idea, very much, of lay flat books. I very much appreciate any book that comes with an e-book link, as I never knit with my books in my project bags, I print off or use a device to carry the pattern with the project I knit. My books are treasured and I don't want them bent/dented, I take them off the shelf over and over, to enjoy flipping through them.
Can't wait to purchase and enjoy this work of art!
I chose paperback based on price as well, but also quite agree with those who asked for spiral bound or lay flat binding. For knitting books and cooking books, that type of binding is just so much more user friendly.
Paperback with spiral binding, please.
although i voted 'don't care', i have to clarify that i no longer work from books. i purchased the Book of Haps and enjoyed reading it, but i use the e-book version constantly. After a few readings, the pages are starting to come away from the binding, so if you decide to do a paperback, please consider a 'lay-flat' style...... a large coffee table book is unwieldy and after one or two readings, probably would sit on the shelf, although i would appreciate the higher quality and autograph! (BC Canada)
Keep it simple. Consider the environment. Not a big fan of glossy in knitting or in books.
Hi! I voted for the paper back, only because of the abroad shipping cost. If I lived in the UK I think I should have perfered the other one to see the photos in even better quality. ????
I'd love to be able to afford the coffee-table version, but sadly student finances don't allow!
I would like a volume which I can use and treasure, and which Is durable enough to be passed on to granddaughters who knit.
Frankly, I would like both, one for working from and one for the cocktail table to admire. I think I would keep it open on the table to show off some of Tom's beautiful pictures!! Had to make a comment as "BOTH" was not an option in the poll!!