What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Unknown Link to website or photo www.caroldoak.com What are you most proud of? That I had never done paper piecing before and did it! That I had never set a block on point and I did it! Although I have sewn for almost 50 years, I just took up quilting in May of 2012, and I'm loving every step of the learning curve! The classes here on Craftsy and information and educational materials found on the internet make any project possible! What advice would you give someone starting this project? If you have never paper pieced before, try it! If you have a copier at home, that's all you really need, a if you don't happen to have special paper piecing paper, you can use a cheap (thin) copy paper and get the same results! I would recommend that you reduce your stitch length so that the paper tears away quite easily, that worked like a charm for me. When I started this quilt, all I had was the paper piecing pattern for the block, no idea how I would assemble or quilt it. It truly was a work "in progress" as I didn't even know how many blocks I would need as I didn't know what the final quilt would look like! Knowing the final dimensions I needed helped me focus on the number of blocks I would need, then I had to determine layout etc. It was a true learning process for me from beginning to end and I did it and you can too!