I quilted Spider Web with wavy lines over the seams, that way it didn't matter if I was "in the ditch". I can't quilt straight lines, even with a walking foot. Then I meandered the border, and discovered it is hard not to cross lines when the thread matches the fabric! I should have used a thread with more contrast so I could see it. This one is being donated to the quilt guild also.
And here is my poor daughter, now she is sick. She has a fever and was cold, and this was just finished and so I put it over her. Can you see in the closeup photo how I quilted this one? I found a design on Quiltmaker (www.quiltmaker.com) and traced it onto Golden Threads Quilting Paper. I love quilting with this paper. Anyway, after I quilted two blocks I thought maybe I could do the pattern without the paper, and boy freehand is hard! Getting the right curves required a lot of concentration. And I thought I already had a lot of practice! I supposed I could have been precise and marked the blocks where the points would go, but that is not in my nature. Then I quilted loop de loops in the border, with varigated thread so I could see it! Did you happen to notice that I make scrappy bindings? That's because I never cut the bindings when I make the tops! hahahaha