I was watching the video that came with my Flynn MultiFrame Quilting System,
and he was showing what he did with his batting samples. He would cut them
into squares and make frayed edge quilts with them. Now, the video went
right from him piecing the squares to the following "neat trick", but I
assume he clipped the seam allowances to prep the quilt for "neat trick".
Now, here's "neat trick"...instead of running the quilt through the washer
and dryer multiple times to get the nice frayed edges look, he had the quilt
laid out on a deck and ....get this.... took a weed eater (string trimmer)
to the edges. Now, they only showed a couple minutes, but he had a really
nice frey on about 2-3 square feet worth of seams. I just sat there and
watched thinking "what a neat trick/idea" I gotta share this with RCTQ!