I sewed the final seam last night, assembling the entire top. I spread it out on the bed just to get a visual, but since Greg was also in it, I didn't take a photo. ;)
I will this evening. This morning in my stolen moments I continued piecing the scrap and leftover bits. I spent some time on CAD drawing up a design to intersperse all the leftovers across the field of the back. I abandoned that as too time consuming and not really attractive. Instead I'm going to group them in larger fields - I have seven 12" four-patches, and five leftover blocks. If I border the blocks so that they are also 12" then I'll have 12 squares, that I can group together into three 24" squares. There are 2-3 other leftovers that will be patched in, then I get out the Kona Snow white cotton and piece the back. Then the sandwich. I think I will use basting spray in addition to pinning, I have not tried working with anything this huge before, so I want to make sure the whole thing doesn't start shifting and bunching up. Pics tonight, I promise.