I grew up with handmade quilts from the 1920s and '30s and the backs were pieced together just like the tops.
So I don't get upset if I have to piece my backings, even if it's with non-matching fabric.
Granted, I don't make quilts to be judged. If I did I would, of course, be more careful about it.
But I overheard a lady at my LQS saying how she didn't buy enough of her backing fabric, and was having trouble finding more, etc. (I don't know if she make quilts for judging.)
But it got me thinking if I'm too casual about my quilt backings?
How about the rest of you?
Do you panic if your backing on non-judging quilts can't be all the same fabric?