I've finished quilting the top row of triangles on my Jane Stickle quilt...
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My HQ16 is only set up at 8 feet, so I can't quite get to the side triangles as I advance the quilt. But that's not a problem. When I'm finished with quilting all of the rows, I'll turn and re-load the quilt and do the side triangles at that time. That's how I come up with the figure of "17" -- 13 rows of blocks and 4 rows of triangles.
I haven't decided how to quilt the scalloped border (I'll cut that later), so I'm leaving it empty for now. Once I settle on a design, it should be easy to come back to.
I'm quilting the triangles and blocks individually, so this will take me a while. Even though a pantograph or overall meandering would be much quicker and make for fewer mistakes, the look wouldn't be quite right. So, I'll slowly continue with the custom quilting, flaws and all.
For those who are new to my blog, you can see my progress on this quilt (for almost four years!) by clicking on the "Dear Jane" label on my blog sidebar.