What are you most proud of? I must confess I don't really like this one much - I must have been having a bit of a brainstorm when I chose the material, but I was very inexperienced then, excited and in a hurry to get on with it and couldn't really visualise what the finished item would look like. However, it's very practical and has been put to good use. As I said, it lives in the car just as a cushion until it's needed to cover somebody's legs or wrap up a child and it sometimes comes out to make a blanket to sit on when we have picnics. Not beautiful, in my opinion, but very practical! There's a picture of the back of a bound quilt with my project "Christopher's Quillow". What advice would you give someone starting this project? Be sure to do your quilting first before attaching the pocket as you won't be able to stitch that part of the quilt once the pocket is on. Also, ensure that you only sew (by hand) down the two sides of the pocket so that the bottom edge is left open and the top edge is level with the edge of the quilt. Reinforce the corners of the pocket by the open end, as they will need it when you are turning the cushion inside out. Also make sure that you put it face down on the back of the quilt, or you'll find that, when you turn it inside out, you won't see the pretty side! Good luck - and I look forward to seeing lots and lots of quillows soon!