Well, I spent many hours last week and the week before learning how to quilt on my embroidery module. The outcome was progress and a lot of positive feelings about the potential of the tool. Unfortunately, it will take time for me to learn how to use the module well enough to actually use it in a project I would like to turn out well. Fortunately, I realized that before I tried it on my current India art quilt!
I have had to let go of more progress on the Bernina for the moment, due to some upcoming travel and deadlines for shows, etc. But, I can share what I did accomplish. Here is a photo of the quilting on a 'draft'. It is a partial of the entire quilt pattern that I designed. To have done that would have required changing hoops three times and I was having problems with interpreting the necessary registration marks for that process. As was pointed out to me quite lovingly, I began with an advanced project - not at all surprising for me.
In any event, I am looking forward to playing more with the tool. I suspect my next project will be a design that fits in one hoop for a start. Then one that requires only one hoop shift! And, perhaps by then, I will have figure out the nuances of a PC computer and the various options in the embriodery module on my machine. Given all I have to learn, this wasn't too bad!