Once Quilt Motion comes back up, the design is in the top left of the Safe Area. If you do not have partial rows on this quilt you could just move the machine to the center, tap the center button and keep going. In a perfect world it would not matter that you actually had just finished the 3 row of 10. But in my world it does matter. Because I like undulating pantos and there is almost always a partial row at the top of my quilts.
On the bottom right of the Quilt Motion screen you will see what looks like a white information box. Yes, it has been there the whole time you have owned Quilt Path. It was not obvious to me that it is actually a button. But you will notice that the last sentence says "Tap here to view Pattern Map".
Right now I am on the first row, but let's say before I closed out, I had just finished the third row. If I click the plus button it will move the rows down the screen. Once the forth row is highlighted, I can move my machine to the center mark, tap the center button and I am ready to quilt.
This gets a little more confusing when you have an undulating panto that has a fill-in row at the top. To understand what the placement screen is going to do, I want you to think about how Quilt Path would actually quilt this. It is going to quilt the first row and then quilt the fill in row above it. Then go to the second full row. When you tap the plus button, it will do the same thing, it will highlight the fill-in row. When you tap the plus button again, the second full row will become highlighted.
The minus button takes you the opposite way, or back up the quilt. And remember, if you go in to see what this screen does, and then want to start quilting, you will want to use the placements buttons to make sure that your are aligned correctly.