Since I was "between" projects, I thought I would try a pattern called "Magic Carpet" that I found in a magazine. The pattern is a kind of mosaic using scraps (I have bags!) and attaching them to muslin trangles by "stitching and flipping" . You start by placing a scrap triangle on the muslin triangle and then stitch another random scrap, right sides together, to one side of the initial scrap. You are then to flip this scrap to its right side & press. You are to continue this process until the muslin triangle is completely covered. However, when I attach subsequent scraps of fabric, I end up with raw edges. Has anyone done this particular quilt or have any ideas about what I am doing wrong? I understand that with foundation patterns, the pieces are to be sewn in a particular order which, I suppose, avoids any raw edges remaining when you are finished. With "Magic Carpet", there doesn't seem to be any particular order. Thanks for any advice you can pass on.