I have Judy's book "Weekend Quilts" and was impressed with her border treatments on the quilts featured there. When I saw that she had a book coming out just for borders, I had to get it. But there is a bonus. It includes 15 quilt patterns, which in and of themselves are fun layouts. They aren't just traditional layouts in new fabrics. They may use traditional blocks, but in fresh layouts and combinations. There are no difficulty ratings, but you won't find applique, set-in seams, or curved seams here. There are, however, some patterns with many little pieces that might challenge a beginner. If they focus well, though, they could do it. There are also some simple patterns that a beginner could enjoy. After the quilt patterns we find the section that this book is all about. Each of the 15 quilts is paired with 4 different border options. The title doesn't lie--60 borders in all! How cool is that? They are made from triangle, strips and squares and directions are well-written and clearly illustrated. I appreciated that there are instructions on how to adapt the borders to any quilts. Judy uses primarily bright tone-on-tone prints for her quilts. Those are not my fabrics of choice, but lets face it--a beautiful quilt is a beautiful quilt, no matter your fabric preferences, and Judy makes beautiful quilts, made all the more beautiful by her creative borders. This is a keeper! I appreciate a job well done!