I belong to the Inland Northwest Machine Quilters - lovely group of ladies who love to quilt by machine! We meet four times a year and have a guest teacher every year. Most everyone has a longarm, many have computer systems on their longarms and all of them are incredibly talented!! Every year we have a challenge where we buy the kit to make a quilted something - changes every year - and this year I actually pieced my little 25" square wall hanging and got it quilted in time to be in the challenge!! The last week of quilting it was a bit of a challenge because I was suffering from vertigo for the very first time!! Is it really hard to stand there and guide my longarm when everything is spinning and tilting!! I really went out of my box with this quilting and it was so much fun! I used Superior Threads' gold and cranberry metallic thread and So Fine on the top of the quilt, and Bottom Line in the bobbin. I used a double layer of batting - cotton on the bottom and wool on the top. I also used Lisa Calle's Quilter's Groove Pro Line 16 (found here) to do the match stick quilting on the edges. I forgot to get a picture of the back - Kona solids light gray - but when I get it back from the WSQ Spokane Quilt show I get some pictures of it - looks so cool!