For folks in love with traditional Aran Isle knits, the concept of a crocheted substitution is a bit far-fetched. On the other hand, designer Peever already boasts a first volume to her credit--with readers clamoring for more. These dozen-plus patterns answer those requests. Although few are labeled outright about the level of difficulty, a quick read through the introductory blurb for each design will guide novices or close-to-pros about the appropriate choices. Do expect, of course, all the usual accompaniments: good step-by-step instructions, lists of required materials, sizing (when necessary), small-scale templates (for blocking and measuring), and color photographs. A helpful addition is the close-up photographs of finished featured stitches, from twin posts and flared corkscrew curls to seeded stripes and clover panels. Get ready for a new lingo, and new challenges.