There are of course as any quilt maker knows a number of processes to consider.
Designing- just what will it look like - who is it for ?, selecting the fabrics- oh no matter how much stash we have - we still need to buy another bit.Cutting the pieces and then sewing the top ( hand or machine?) . Creating the back, one whole piece of a mixture ) where does the label go. Assembling the layers ( wadding in the UK and batting in the USA) Do you pin or do you tack?. Then the mammoth job of actually holding the layers together with stitch - do you want the gentile pleasure of hand quilting or do you want the struggle of putting it under the sewing machine?
I have the stages that I love and the ones I don't !!!!
But I deny any quilter to dispute that the 'best bit' is the BINDING. You know that you are there when you get to that bit !!!
Its nearly the end and you can start another one !!!!
I have made hundreds of quilts and love the joy of the binding process.
What's your best bit?