Book Index/Chapter headings The book opens with general information about types of stabilizers, markers, hoops, and machine troubleshooting before moving on to information on each foot (optional feet first then an appendix for the feet that are typically included with the machines).
PaperBack or HardBound? This is a 64 page paperback.
Does this book have clear illustrations or photographs? Yes, there are pictures of each foot detached from the machine, and photographs of the feet being used for their intended purposes.
Would you recommend this book as a MUST HAVE? If you have a PFAFF, yes, I would absolutely recommend this. Information on each foot includes the type of machines that can use each foot. It also provides recommendations on what you need to achieve each technnique, including stabilizer and how many layers of fabric that are necessary. The instructions on how to use the feet are more in-depth than the insert included with the purchase of the foot.
The only downside to this book, as far as I can tell, is that it is 5 years old. There are a couple of feet that were not available at the time of printing. I have also used this book as as checklist for feet that might be useful to me that I haven't seen at my local PFAFF dealer.