The only thing left to do, is to hand sew down the binding. It is just pinned down at this point, but that will only take me a couple of nights while watching television.
I decided to back it with a great piece of vintage sheeting that I purchased. I actually love red and green together and the triangular pattern I thought was just such a suitable match. I call this my $15 quilt. The fabric I won from another gorgeous blogger over in the US. The batting was going out for $6.50 (polyester) at a closing down sale of a fabric store in the city. The vintage sheeting I purchased $8.50 from an online Facebook shop. BARGAIN. Just as a heads up though, I won't use polyester in my quilts ever again. It was a very uneven surface for pinning and quilting and the finished quilt has no real warmth to it. Wool batting for me all the way from now on.
Incidentally, I don't know why the photo of the front of the quilt turned out so washed out. If you want the true colour just go back to my last post about it. The photo was perfect from my Ipad but when transferring it to my main computer it changed colour. Never mind. It even looks correct when I shared it on Flickr.
Here it is, a completely finished quilt. Just a nice close up to try and give you a true picture of the fabric colours.