Now for the tiresome part of the quilt - using short-bladed scissors - mine are toenail scissors, but sharp embroidery scissors or snips are just as good - cut through all layers of all seams that are sticking up, avoiding cutting through the seams themselves. Yes, it really IS tiresome, and grew a couple of blisters doing this. You may want to do it over a day or so.
This is a lovely, warm quilt - mine is large enough to use as a lap quilt or tuck myself under if I feel like a snooze on a miserable day. These make great gifts and don't cost the earth. Give one of these to someone you love, and I'll guarantee they'll be delighted.
Rag quilts are "potato chip" quilts - one is never enough, so now I'm planning another one for a friend. This one will be red and grey, and done somewhat differently, with fringing only on the outer edges. Watch this space for the tutorial.