Now take those sandwiches and trim them all down to the correct size. If you started with 9-inch squares, you will be going down to 8.5 inch squares, and if you started with 6.5-inch squares, you will be trimming down to 6 inch squares.
Take all the squares and throw them into a pile
When sewing the quilt from here on out, you will be matching the back to the back, so the fringe will be on the front. ALso, allow for 5/8inch seam. This way, you will have room to make the cuts for the fringe. Below is my rough attempt at demonstrating this.
The back of the quilt
So now you have your rows, time to sew those together, again with the same parameters
Alright, you have the entire quilt sewn together, now make it rag style. To do this, you need to cut/snip all of the those edges. I typically snip every inch or so and make sure you do not snip past the line you sewed it together with. This will take a while, so be patient.
Wash the quilt and admire your masterpiece. You will find lint from the quilt in the washer and dryer as it rags up. It will take a few washes to get this to subside. So be warned. But the more you wash it, the cuter it gets!