What are you most proud of? It is fun to improvise each block. I draw lines with Frixion pen to split squares into pie slices, smaller squares, and circles. Getting the hang of using quilt rulers. Still making lots of mistakes. I set the long arm Regulated Stitch for 11 stitches per inch--big enough to pick out stitch boo-boos. Oh yeah, doing lots of pickin'. While I've been practicing this month--I devoured 3 Karen McTavish's books with DVDs--demonstrating how she uses rulers. Very good lessons. What advice would you give someone starting this project? TIP: Picking Out Stitches When you have to pick out stitches and afterwards can still see the needle holes, use a semi-damp sponge and pounce it a bit. Usually does a pretty good job of diminishing the needle holes as it dries.