The ideas are welcome, but the author's overly cutesy writing style becomes tiresome very quickly. Does anyone care that she hates sloths and grasshoppers? Not me; I'd rather have had more project ideas and less babble.
As to the directions, some seem to require too much cutting the socks apart, cutting out pieces, then sewing them back together in a shape that could have been achieved more easily by using the sock's original tube shape, instead of making the socks into flat fabric pieces. For instance, the flattened round shape used for several projects could easily be made from a section of sock with a gathering stitch to close the open ends, instead of cutting out eight little sections for each round shape you want, then sewing them together to form a ball.
Also, at least one set of directions contains an error: if you make the bedbug feet according to the directions, you'll wind up with six little inside-out closed-on-all-sides items, with no way to get them right side-out unless you cut an end off them. Since sock material ravels so easily, it seems more sensible to make as few cuts and seams as possible.
You might way to look at Stray Sock Sewing and Stray Sock Sewing Too for some excellent projects with good instructions and illustrations.