I used some favorite pantographs.
"Water World" by Jodi Beamish
I only have a few pantographs by Dave Hudson, but I sure like that he puts directional arrows on his pantographs. Sometimes when I stop and take a break to change a bobbin, or change thread I lose my place or have to retrace where I stopped and which direction I'm going. I've been known to go the wrong direction more than once! :o) With helpful arrows that can't happen.
I put the bindings on by machine. I've been practicing and using Judy Laquidara's method of machine binding. (See the side bar here under Tutorials.) I think I'm getting better at it. I found that if I stitch the binding on front with a contrasting thread. Then when it's time to bring the bindings around and over the edge to the back and cover that front line of stitching with the binding edge, the line of stitching really shows up well and I'm sure to pin the binding correctly as Judy describes in her video.
The bindings machine sewn to the quilt backs.
The bindings machine sewn to the quilt fronts.
Practice does help. I really want to master sewing on bindings with the machine, especially for donation quilts.
I haven't posted any pictures of Sassy lately. This was taken a few minutes ago.