I use secondhand duvet covers for quilt backing quite a lot. It’s a simple way to get one large piece of fabric at a fraction of the cost of wide quilt backing fabric.
I use anti-pil fleece when I buy fleece fabric specifically for a quilt back. This is so you don’t get bits of fluff everywhere!
Simply put, your piece together two or three pieces of the same fabric to create one large piece of fabric for your quilt back.
When I have done this I have actually kept it pretty simple and used two different navy blues split down the middle.
It’s a fun way to use leftover fabric, fat quarters, and other larger pieces of fabric.
You can do this with leftover blocks from other quilts or workshops, you can use a single stripe of fabric, or you can use a scrappy pieced stripe.