What are you most proud of? This quilt is almost 100 inches by 100 inches - that's pretty darn big to FMQ on my DSM. The letters turned out fairly straight and even in the end, though I was super critical when I was working on them. Yes, I had to draw guide lines to keep me true - the whole quilt had lines 1/2 inch apart. That was a LOT of lines to draw. The big paisley in the middle is not perfect, but hey, I like it anyway. I am thinking I should throw a party to show off this quilt to my several other Prince freak friends. Play a name the song game, by taking turns tossing a bean bag at the quilt on the [very clean] floor and the player has to sing the lyrics the bag falls on, and say which Song, and Album it came from.... separate the real Prince fans from the posers! LOL What advice would you give someone starting this project? This was a labor of love - it tested my patience because I had to be very deliberate when "writing" the words on the quilt. That translates to, I went slowly, so it took a long time. And I won't even tell you how many mispellings, and wonky letters I had to unstitch and re-sew... And the thread breaks and shredding made me want to cry sometimes and pull out my hair, if I had any. This project will give you lots of practice in controlling your hand movements, and guessing how much space you have left to fit your design in, and how big to make your design - in my case, the "design" was the sentences I was quilting out. It did take patience, so if I didn't have it at first I definitely learned it in the process!