Begin your first Curly Q by completing a stitched circle then adding a curly Q in the inside of the circle and stopping.
You then back track over previous stitching til you get all the way back to where you began ( another couple stitches to go in this example ( It was a good photo op where I stopped).
Responding to 2 comments/ questions: 1. Back tracking is a stated problem for some. IF I could give any advice.... the best one is to give yourself permission to GO SLOW! It gets easier with practice too... but going slow is your friend!! 2. Q.What weight of bobbin thread did I use on this stitch. A. I believe I had Bottom Line 60 wt. ( Superior Threads) in the bobbin this time but for most of my quilting work, I am using a monofilament in the bobbin... That means... no need to 'fill' the entire bobbin, wind the bobbin a bit slower so as not to stretch the thread, and lower top tension... sometimes as low as it can go.