What are you most proud of? For a while I wasn't sure that I was going to like this quilt at all until I thought to add the sashing. That truly saved it for me. The pieced back wasn't planned either. I was just going to toss on a solid piece of the black with white dots, but I had miscalculated and ran short of fabric by just a few inches. I'm glad it happened (in spite of the dizzy spell) because the piecing changed the back into something quite unique and made the quilt reversible. Craftsy classes are wonderful. Though my FMQ is sadly lacking in precision, I have learned so much! What advice would you give someone starting this project? Don't be afraid to change plans midstream. Oftentimes the forced changes are wonderful improvements on the original plan. If you happen to be a learner, don't give up on FMQ. Keep faith that it will come eventually and use the 10 foot rule so your flaws don't loom so large.