I love my new 'Stitch in the Ditch' quilting feet.
It was "sew" easy to quilt around the squares with this foot.
Even more surprising when the top of my 'Winter Redwork' table runner was all quilted all the squares matched perfectly.
I was in shock.
I spent quite a bit of time watching videos on YouTube on FMQ (free motion quilting) trying to decide if I wanted to try adding more quilting to the top on the border and non-redwork squares.
I finally decided not to add any FMQ... mainly because I noticed my stitch tension was off on the bottom threads on my practice piece and I have been unsuccessful in correcting it. I've moved my thread tension up and down and it doesn't seem to make a difference. Maybe I'm not moving the fabric at the right speed for FMQ. Another question for my embroidery club session.
My next step is to make a quilt label for my table runner.
Then even up the sides of the runner by cutting off the excess to form perfect right angles in each corner of the runner.
And finally finish the binding which I will machine stitch on.
No hand stitching for me if I can help it.