I am a quilter - a retired woman living with my husband in the Nebraska Panhandle. We are surrounded by beautiful semi-arid ranch country, and treeless hills and fields under incredibly wide blue skies. We are located far from the upheaval found often in large towns or cities. I am blessed to have delicious time to quilt and to appreciate my peaceful moments in an unpeaceful world.
The back is as attractive as the front - just goes to show - use that old fabric you've been saving and put it on the back. I was concerned I'd have "wrong" fabrics next to other "wrong" fabrics. Nope - it's all just fine and dandy! The narrow "sashing" adds appeal - again, I used a variety - makes things interesting! The quilt binding is black with a tiny lime green flange, sewn down on the front. I found it impossible to keep my stitches from showing in a wrong place on the back. Half showed on the black binding, half on the backing - was unable to sew consistantly. Perhaps a slightly wider binding? Sharpies can be used for many things. 8-)