Here is the little charmer inspecting the quilting and blocks, from Mama's lap.
It was hard to get a good photo of the quilting, but you can see where concentric partial circles from opposite corners I stitched overlapped in the center. I was happy at how my idea worked out. It was not too painful, using the guides provided that slide into the back of my walking foot. I did use a little piece of tape on the guide bar to avoid having to continuously remeasure the 2" width I was going for. The bars are not fixed and can be pushed in when shifting fabric under the foot and needle. Spray basting is key to this method!