What are you most proud of? It turned out better than I anticipated. It was fun, too, I didn't think I was going to enjoy this type of quilting and I did. Then again, what's not to like about any aspect of quilting? ;-) What advice would you give someone starting this project? I used a pink clay pencil type marker and the marks didn't come out with brushing. So I had to wash it, which took away a lot of the luster and pouf of the silk. It looked a lot better before washing, so I'm disappointed about that. But had to get rid of the marks, of course. So if I did another using silk dupionni I'd figure a marking tool that didn't require washing the finished pieced to remove marks. Also, I would not recommend picking out scribble stitches in the middle of your project, it requires a lot of experience to handle that stretched-out and puckered fabric and get it back together.