The front cover gives a good preview of a number of the patterns (as does the back cover).
French Poodle - This is a craft pattern where the poodles are built on a wire base.
Party Favors - Craft Project
Braided Yarn Dolls are dressed in felt.
Poodle Bottle Covers - one a knitted and one crocheted.
Braided Rug measures 25 x 37 inches
Yarn Baby Dolls dressed in fabric scraps
Woven Hot Plates, Mats
Bookshelf Toys are built on a wire form (diagrams included)
More Party Favors - Queen of Heart dolls and White Trees and Ducklings
Braided Placemats - One round and one slightly oblong; both with fringe.
And, as promised above, the back cover gives us a recap of a few of the patterns.
After going through the book multiple times, my general reaction is usually silent surprise. But, although I can't see anything here that I would make, there probably are some good options for craft projects for the younger set. I would think that most of these (accept the knit / crochet poodles) could be competently completed by those in the grades 4 and up. They might also make great projects for groups, or summer projects with your slightly older children. After all, what child would not want to help put together the party favors for a family dinner.
I've scanned this book to PDF format, should you be interested, and added the original back to my collection. (Some day, I'm going to have them all !).
Thanks for dropping by.