Take a Close Look at the Rag QuiltI used a dark green flannel behind the four-patch squares and an ivory flannel behind the large floral pieces. I like the way the dark and light flannels contrast with the cotton prints along frayed edges.
Check again for unclipped seams and clip as needed. Turn the quilt over and inspect the seams from the back side of the quilt to make sure no seams have unraveled from clips that traveled too near the seam allowances.
Repair broken seams if necessary. Begin sewing a bit before the broken seam and stop sewing a short distance past the damaged area, backstitching at the beginning and end of the new seam.
Wash the quilt as many times as you like to encourage additional fraying.