Ridgewood Needlepoint just announced Stephanie Dresher-Mandelbaum is working on a stitch guide for Alice Peterson's new "Cookbooks" canvas. Here's a photograph of it I found online.
The guide is free if you buy the threads from the shop or $20 if you only want the guide. Of course Ridgewood can get you the canvas, too. Just talk to the shop for help.
UPDATE: Enriched Stitch has Mary Ellen Kearns Winnicki's stitch guide for this canvas also. $40 according to this Facebook posting.
UPDATE #2: Apparently Amy Bunger (Amy's Golden Strand) and Eva Donnelley at A Stitch in Time have done guides for this canvas. Stitch By Stitch Larchmont has one for the 13 count version. This is Amy's version.
UPDATE #3: Amy Bunger is also working on guides for the "Children's Books" and "Classic Books" versions of this design
UPDATE #4: Stephanie is also working on the kids book version of this series. The guide is free if you buy the threads from the shop or $30 if you only want the guide. Of course Ridgewood can get you the canvas, too. Just talk to the shop for help.
UPDATE #4A: Stephanie just finished the Fashion Books. Talk to Ridgewood.
UPDATE #5: Robin King will prepare a stitch guide for the Classic Books for a class in February 2018. Her guide will be available after that.
UPDATE #6: Suzie Vallerie at Enriched Stitch has a guide for the Classic Books canvas.
UPDATE #7: Pat Miller of the Needleart Nut has done a guide for the new Fashion Books canvas.
UPDATE #8: Osterville Needlepoint is doing guide (written by Elaine) for an Alice Peterson book club. This is the kids' books one.
This is the adult classic books shelf by Osterville.
And this is the Christmas book shelf from Osterville.
UPDATE #9: I understand that Ruth Schmuff has done a guide for the Melissa Shirley Christmas books one.