I've been keeping my nose to the grindstone, quilting my king-size quilt on my Singer 201 and NOT starting a new project. :o)
The quilting has not been half as daunting to undertake as I thought it might be. Yay! Still, it takes hours to quilt a king-size quilt on a domestic machine (as you can imagine it would), but it is possible to do.
If you look closely at the photo, you may notice that I instead of using the open toe attachment on my free motion/darning foot, I opted to use the clear disc toe. All my practice quilting beforehand lead me to this change as I discovered that it was better suited for smoothly gliding across the seams in those mini granny square blocks. Now with a bit more determination, I may just have a finish to share soon.