Since I don't have a serger, I sewed a straight seam down the edges and then a zigzag style stitch over it and then came in 1/4" from that seam to sew the one I wanted it. Cut the seam when I was done and stitched over the top of the raw seams. It seemed to stop the fraying!
The back is the same type of fabric but it has a black background and all these wonderful rich colors for pagoda's, flowers, trees, it just reminds me of the Japanese tea garden in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco I visited as a child.
I had over a yard of this fabric, but this quilt was 28" x 32 1/2" finished, so I used what I needed and then tossed the rest out. I know, I hear you all screaming, but it was just a mess. I am just hoping the way I sewed all the seams and ends that this quilt will hold up to wear and tear.
Then again, it won't in a house of animals or kids!