The quilt is a simple shoo fly block that is set 4 x 5. It's a nice lap sized quilt.
The think I don't like about the pantograph is that I can only quilt 8" at a time. My longarm is a Nolting 23. I'm used to quilting with the giant Circle Lord template boards. I just have to advance the quilt more often. You can see where some of my quilting got off track and the loops touched. It's still a nice pattern for learning.
I use painter's tape to keep the panto on my table. Then a protective plastic cover goes over it. I do like that I can line up starting point of the quilting (top of quilt) with the line and use the dotted lines to do the first row. This saves time on the half row. I don't have this luxury on template boards.
My following the panto greatly improved when I changed from laser pointer to this plastic stylist (pointer) that I modified (again with painter's tape) to fit into the Circle Lord stylus holder. This is where I have been looking for over four years. I might as well keep looking there instead of learning another point. My machine vibrates too much to use the laser pointer. I have it set up on a sub floor. There are carpet pads and squares under the legs of the machine, but the room is not finished and does not have permanent carpet.