What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Sophie Car Seat Quilt Link to website or photo www.modabakeshop.com What are you most proud of? Finishing it quickly without too much hassle. I got myself into a real old muddle when putting the blocks together - my printer wasn't working properly and I couldn't read the instructions! However, it came together in the end. I quickly whizzed around and quilted "in the ditch" (not very good at that - I really ought to wear my glasses!). I then went back to look at Desna's quilt which had originally inspired me and saw how beautifully she had quilted Lily-Kate's, and that made me think I should do a bit more! I decided to keep it fairly simple as I wanted it to retain as much of the puffiness as possible and used some variagated thread left over from another project. I was a bit scared of running out of the variagated thread as the shop where I bought it has now closed and I haven't seen it anywhere else, so that was another reason for not doing too much FMQ (that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it!). What advice would you give someone starting this project? The pattern suggests using a charm pack but it adapts very well to scraps as long as they are at least five inches square (or will make half a 5" square). I cut up a lot of old bits to make this and backed it with some fabric I had in my stash. I think Desna's is more attractive with the large patterned fabric on the back, but I didn't have anything suitable for a baby quilt and the shops were closed over the Christmas holiday period. Thank you so much, Desna, for the inspiration - I might never have discovered the Moda Bakeshop, but for you, and I've found all sorts of interesting things in it!