Since I am left handed I might start out the spiral in the opposite direction than you right handed people but it makes no difference at all so stitch them the direction you want. As you can see you stitch a spiral then find your way out of the spiral. You will be going the opposite direction as you stitch out of the spiral so you see it really doesn't make a difference which direction you start. Stitch as many circles/shapes as you want to fill but remember you will be echoing out on each one so leave enough space between the spiral lines for this. When you echo out you stitch between the lines until you get to the outside. Not too hard, right?
After finishing one spiral just start another, trying to make the spiral a different size or shape. Since I would have had trouble keeping them all identical I choose to make them different sizes and shapes but you can go for a consistent size shape if you want. Keep them all different also makes it easier to fill in odd shapes of the background. Just follow my spiral drawing from the start arrow to follow the design as I drew it. Speaking of drawing….if you practice drawing these spirals over and over it will be easier to stitch them as your brain will have a memory of the design. Remember the main thing when stitching/drawing the beginning swirls of a spiral is to make the space between the lines double the size you want the finished spacing to be and to leave yourself an escape route so you can exit one spiral and go on to the next.
Again follow the lines of the above spiral to figure out how I moved from one spiral to the next. You can echo the lines of the previous spiral to move to a new area like in the above drawing.
I do love quilting this motif but maybe I should have varied the background quilting motifs on these two small quilts and used some other filler on some parts. I still love the quilts but I never stop wondering “what if” and I think that is what makes every “next project” fun to implement using those new ideas.