This second quilt is one destined for the Extended Care facility here. In the second picture you can see how that was quilted: each of the triangles was quilted separately. So that was, again, stitch, stop, turn, repeat quilting. When I considered what pattern to stitch in the border, I very much did not want to choose something that was also stop and go quilting, so the border is being quilted in a fairly small meander. I always enjoy that as it's possible to just keep on going for quite a length. Of course, you have to move your hands frequently, but it's a much more relaxed method and much faster. I just had to take a break at the halfway point to give my hands and shoulders a rest. I plan to finish that this afternoon and apply the binding by machine and then stitch it down by hand.
Future work: four more lap quilts, a single bed sized quilt all ready to be machine quilted. And then the Split 9 Patch lap quilt to be sewed together and machine quilted. I just need to find the right border and binding for the Split 9 Patch. I probably have some batting and backing in my stash that will look good with it.