For the body of the quilt I quilted on the diagonal for the pinwheel blocks. I then did stippling in the corner and center blank areas. I struggled for days trying to design something that I liked for those areas but just was not happy with anything I came up with. So back to the basic stipple.
In the corners I used my walking foot and a guide to do the aligned rows in the corner quadrants. I first went from corner to corner to create the center 'X'. Next I used my walking foot, adjusted the needle position to center and used my laser on the machine to verify that I was at least keeping it close to the width I had decided on. My walking foot has 1/4 inch marks so I was also able to use these marking for my spacing check.
For the outer border I basically followed the flower shapes. Since this is a cotton batting, I tried to keep the quilting close so shifting would be kept to a minimum if it got washed in the future.
What would you have put in the larger open areas?