The back is grey polka dots on a black background. I used matching threads in the borders and sashing, and I like how the yellow pebbles stand out so much.
The T-shirts are trying to escape the dresser! (Otherwise known as me trying to find interesting pictures.)
Here are some of my favorite blocks. This one I traced around the continents. I did it to make sure that there was enough quilting for the batting, but it made it pop nicely.
I have this same shirt and it is one of my favorites...so comfortable!
This one is funny because my friend lived in a cottage called DeGraaf for a year or two.
And one more showing the back. You can see the border quilting best here. (Hmm...if you zoom in on the picture. I need to do a better job photographing quilting.) Figure eights in the green border, back and forths in the blue border, and double straight lines in the yellow. For the green and blue borders I used a tip from Amy's Free Motion Quilting Adventures and used a plastic grid and pounce pad to put a grid in the quilt. This helped me keep everything a bit more evenly lined up while not taking up too much extra time.
edit: I realized I forgot to give some credit for the design (again!). The original was seen here.
Linking up with Whoop-whoop Friday, Link a finish Friday, and Finish It Up Friday.