|The whole quilt|
|Paisley in the border, intersecting wavy lines in the border, and a couple of the custom patterns in the blocks|
|Straight line meandering|
|Back and forth with wavy lines in the sashing|
|An intersection in the sashing with different quilt patterns in each of the blocks.|
A little unrelated to the technical aspects of the quilting, I pulled out the pattern port that my dad made me when I had my first machine, and found it to be incredibly useful. You can see I had it stacked with the books I was using for reference, painter's tape to mark the starts and stops, the seam ripper (which was used quite a bit on this one), and my list of patterns to quilt. My dad made mine for me for about $25 with plexiglass, window curtain rods, and velcro from the local hardware store.