I have been working on a quilt for my niece that recently graduated from college. I took a picture and did some manipulation in photo shop and blew it up to the size I wanted for my quilt. I made two copies. I took a permanent marker and traced around the areas that I want to do in different shades of gray and the facial features that would be cut out of material. Then I labeled and cut these pieces out of one of the copies. I used wonder-under on all of the fabric that I want to become the face. Cut the fabric pieces and arranged them on the backing fabric using my extra copy as a guide. When I had everything in place I followed the instructions on the wonder-under and pressed the fabric pieces in place. Then I layered the top fabric, batting and back fabric together, pinned and free-form quilted the face. I used a quilt as you go method to finish the rest of the quilt. I am pretty happy with the results and would give it a try again.