Here's the back. I made a few extra blocks - just bad counting on my part so put them in the back. And to continue with my resolve not to buy new fabric, I pieced together a backing from a number of left overs. It's pretty scrappy - but hey! - it is the back!
When I do a quilt like this, I challenge myself to do each block differently. I treat each block as a mini quilt and each is quilted a bit differently so the quilt becomes a sampler of quilting designs. It's good practice and since it's my quilt, I don't have to risk an experiment on a customer quilt. I'm posting all the blocks for anyone looking for ideas. In this quilt, I was trying to do less ruler work and more curvy stuff so there are various feathery things, swirls and my attempts at making some wrought iron looking designs. Generally I'm pretty happy with the way it turned out, and I have a few new ideas for customer quilts. (I may have put up a few more than once - if that's the case, sorry bout the redundancy.)