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Thanks for writing Sandy. There are many ways to attach the top to the bottom. I do not have a tutorial on that, but I'm sure there are many on Instructables. Tying is one way, stitching along the lines of the pieces of the quilt itself, doing a freestyle stitching, or a more specific pattern. My instructable gets you to the point where you can do the finishing without the layers slipping. Good luck.
I'm not sure I understand the question. With my instructions it shows how to tape the backing to the floor, and layer the batting on top of each other and pin them, so you can then machine or hand quilt them. What do you mean that the front and back of your quilt have different pictures?
So glad this will work for you. I love the colors in your first full quilt. Very nice. Good luck with it.
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They should be about the same size if you're going to add bias binding to finish the edges. I usually leave my quilt back about 2 inches larger all the way around and then I can "wrap" it over the edges and either hand stitch or machine stitch it in place. Does this make sense? Let me know if you'd like a more detailed explanation. Good luck.