Here it is the back of the silk quilt before I assembled it. I love the back of unfinished quilts. All those seams carefully pressed. As you can see, I never quite get all my seams going the same way. I like the ant trail of hand stitches that show up on the back. I did crazy quilt foundation piecing on this quilt. I especially like how unfinished foundation pieced quilts look from the back. It’s like a secret part of the quilt only known the quilter and, if paper pieced, often ripped out before assembly. In this quilt, I cut up a worn sheet to use as a stabilizer. The quilt was really worn- to the point of being sheer -so it had almost no effect on the hand. However, together the silk and the sheet became more manageable to sew, less slippery and more likely to match up.