What are you most proud of? I'm so pleased to clean up my stash--and use up SCRAPS. It only takes a few hours to rotary cut your smaller hunks of fabrics into 2.5" strips. In one evening I produced a gigantic continuous 2.5" strip of various fabrics--enough to build a queen size quilt. I spent a few hours yesterday--sewing the strips around the center medallion. I photographed the progress so far. I'll post again later--to show you the long arm quilted finish, ok? The medallion was a leftover SCRAP from medallions I made a while ago (a number of hippie handbags I made). See photo of blue medallion hippie handbag. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Don't be afraid to invest time in sorting out all those little chunks of fabric in your stash. IT'S TIME TO LET THEM GO FREE. Cut them up!! Make a great quilt. This SCRAP QUILT experiment also revealed to me colors I tend to purchase more often than others. When I squint my eyes at this quit in progress I see a dominate RED theme coming through. I wouldn't have guessed RED. Ha. Ha.