This is how I do it:
Step 1. Make sure the surface I am working on is squeaky clean. Especially after all the work one put in in creating a masterpiece!
Step 2. Gather all the supplies and tools you will need to do this. A pair of scissors, packing tape and pins.
Step 3. Lay the quilt backing down, with the right side of the fabric facing towards the surface you will be taping the backing to.
Step 4. The backing is taped in a + order. Not the four corners first!
Step 5. The backing is not ironed beforehand. As one tape it to the surface, it is slowly stretched at the same time. One tape the backing straight across from the last piece of taping one did. Do not over stretch it when taping it down, otherwise it will distort the backing resulting in those dreaded bubbles on the back.
Step 7. You are now ready to lay the batting/wadding on top. A few days before the batting is to be used, fluff it to get all creases out by throwing it over a spare bed.
Step 9. Next layer the quilt top on top of the batting, making sure it is place in the centre. Smooth out any creases, until it is flush to the batting.
Step 11. Remove all the tape and discard. The Quilt is now ready for quilting.
Step 12. Quilt.
Step 13. Stitch the binding on to the quilt.
Step 14. Stitch a label on to the back of the quilt. It is now done, ready to be washed and to be enjoyed.
Tape backing to surface, exactly the same as for pinning or hand basting with needle and thread.
Step 2. Spray the batting with the spray baste. Now layer the quilt top, on top of the batting. Smoothing the top down on top of the batting.
Step 3. Remove the tape, holding the backing in place. The Quilt is now ready for quilting.