What are you most proud of? I'm most proud of the fact that I got through with that diagonal zig-zag border. At one point I thought I was never going to get all four sides completed. I ended up taking quite a few of them apart and resewing them, or some of them wouldn't come apart neatly, because the pieces were on the small side, and I had to cut new ones from remaining fabric, I am thankful that I did learn a lot, but it was a long, tedious process. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Cut the pieces very carefully and precisely with a rotary blade. This will help when you piece it together later. There are a lot of those diamond shaped pieces and some are cut from front side of the fabric and others from back. Pay close attention to how many of each you will need, or you'll end up cutting more later and might not have enough fabric. Be very patient, I like to get quilts done quickly. This pattern is not a good one to rush. The more time you take on it and the more carefully you create it will yield much better results and fewer mistakes to remove and resew. Good luck and have fun. I learned a lot and improved my skills making this quilt. It may not have been all fun, but I am certainly proud of the fact that I didn't give up, and accomplished the creation of this intriguing quilt.