With 14 different puzzle cutters contributing sections and Melinda deliberately switching styles in the white background areas to illustrate as many as possible, Full of the Dickens contains a variety of styles, many mentioned in My analysis of puzzle cutting styles article as well as others created by the cutter.
Some of the more intriguing ones are:
Scroll: John Stokes does a beautiful version which he calls "creative style". Note the intricately cut cog gear variation in the center.
Continuous scroll: Melinda employs this technique which she calls "maze cutting". Note the straight cuts through thin arms making larger pieces into smaller pieces.
Long/angular: Jeff Abrams cut his entire section in this style.
Curl knob: Amy Finley Scott does a beautiful version of this cutting style.
"Continuous long/round": Conrad Armstrong cuts in this style with a dancing foot at the ends of his long/round pieces. He has left a large continuous cut piece intact which illustrates both his dancing foot long/round style and his maze cutting.
For the sheer variety of styles, check the display of pieces pulled out of the white background cut by Melinda. I don't even have names for all of them!