What are you most proud of? Quickly finishing with stipple quilting! I divided the quilt into approximate fourths and then set out to stipple each section in rows using my Juki TL-98Q (the Exceed is OK for FMQ if you only have one machine but the TL-98Q is the best for FMQ. I'm sure the Quilt Police would point out that my stitches aren't perfect but I'm sure they are far too busy picking on someone else. This works. The quilt is done. I learned a lot about both machines and it was quickly finished! What advice would you give someone starting this project? This may sound odd but my advice is to take as many of the Craftsy quilting courses as possible. Each teacher has a different take on how to do something. What one recommends might not work for you but another instructor's technique will cause you to say "EUREKA!" For example: from Ann Petersen I learned to use shelf liner instead of gloves to move the quilt (gloves drive me nuts even though I have a collection of them, including ones other teachers love). Each class and each project is additive.