The 88-page glossy, full-color book is lavishly illustrated with photographs and graphics. The book provides detailed instructions about the Shattered Image technique that was created, named, and developed by the late Ellen Adams, an award-winning Canadian fabric artist, designer and quilter. The Shattered Image technique gives a unique three dimensional effect to quilts, placemats, clothing, wall hangings, and other arts applications. Geared for beginning through advanced quilters or sewers, or artists, the book provides basic instructions on how-to learn the Shattered Image technique. Readers see examples of a wide array of designs and motifs incorporating the Shattered Image. Ensuing chapters provide detailed instructions for beginning, intermediate and advanced fabric arts projects. There is information on fabrics, notions, and tools; and project worksheets to use to learn the technique. Also given are notes with tips on specific project details. The final chapter is devoted to a display of the work of Ellen Adams, whose Shattered Image projects were sophisticated works of art.