I saw this blog post about options for Quilt Backs, and thought it gave some good options to consider. (PS- You can click any photo to see a larger image)
"Not sure why quilt backs have been on my mind lately, especially considering the fact that by the time I finish a quilt top, I really don't want to give the back much of a thought. And I'd say the larger the quilt, the more I struggle with a quilt back plan. I guess it just is what it is. But for what it's worth, I've gathered up some options."
Blog post from A Quilter's Table
Before you give your quilt, make sure you have photos of the quilt. Take more photos than you think you’ll need and make sure they’re clear and accurately depict the colors of the quilt before you start wrapping:
A very cute gift wrapping is a cute pillow case. Actually, the pillow case makes an easy appreciated gift by itself!
This older video shows a clever and quick way to make a pillow case. It doesn't get much cuter or quicker than this! (PS- This video is from 13 years ago, so the pillowcase drive is over)
Another great idea is to make a Tote to put the quilt in. You can make it any size you need. If you don't have an easy tote pattern you already use, the video below shows how to make a quick tote using a charm pack (5 inch squares) to make it.
I have noticed that a few of our members have been making quilts from their fabric selvage edges. This video from Carol Thelen shows give tips on making them, as well as some suggested layouts.
If you would like to learn more, or prefer written instructions, here is a link to her blog post:
This roll of interfacing can be handy to have as a tool in your sewing area, especially if you are being challenged with sewing on the bias. I thought I would share this video showing a couple of good uses for the 1 sided fusible roll.
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