I still haven't quilted my Easy Street quilt but I did manage to use most of the leftover units.
On this quilt as well as the last two (the random squares and llama wall hanging) I decided to try spray basting. I really liked the spray. It made it easier to quilt without having to constantly stop and remove pins. I'm not sure it would work as well on a large piece but it might allow less pins to be used which would be an advantage.
In my continuing binding struggles I feel like I had a bit of success on this project. The quilt police might not like the solution, but I was pleased with the results. I've read a lot about bindings and taken pieces of all of the suggestions so sometimes it's difficult to give credit where it's due. But this time a large part of this method came from Lelia at Sewn. She has a binding tutorial here. First of all, I used a store bought double fold binding this time. It was sewn once in the fold (Lelia has great pictures) from the front and then again on the front using a serpentine stitch. I tried samples of other stitching but the serpentine seemed to hide any unevenness the best. Even the corners seemed to come nice: