I had started to make this quilted throw pillow which I ended giving up on because my mind was exausted from cutting out all the pieces for it (324 squares to be exact). Now I want to get back to working on it, but I'm sort of stuck.
1. I can't tell which side of the fabric is the right side of the fabric (I forgot to mark the wrong sides). Not to mention I'm not sure what kind of fabric it is (I want to say flannel, but, to me, it seems too stiff to be flannel). How can I tell which is the right side of the fabric?
2. I want to make the quilted part removeable from the actual pillow (so I guess I'd be making a pillow case rather than a pillow). I know for a quilt you don't have to do anything about the raw edges because they're never exposed, but in this case should I do something to keep the raw edges from fraying?
3. Does anyone know how to make a pillow case for a throw pillow?
Hopefully, this is what the top of the pillow should look like once I'm finished...