I purchased a new quilting book recently which showed a different twist on piecing common shapes. I was impressed enough while flipping through the book and its title to pay the full price for it.
However, when I started really looking at it, I noticed the picture of one of the designs on the cover that contains glaring inaccuracies in piecing. Seams not matching and especially obvious since the colors were contrasting.
Now, when I try to look at the contents my mind goes back to the cover and I say to myself - "if that is a sample of the workmanship of the sample maker and oversight by the editor of the book to not see the too obvious mistakes, can I trust the contents of the book."
I am at the point of sending the book to the company with my complaints. It is a respected quilt book publishing company.
How do you feel about this or am I being too sensitive and critical.