I had checked out most of the tutorials for this type of finish, and decided that I would try something a little different. I like evenness and definite lines, funny that. So I whipped stitched every side/edge, even the short ones on the corners. Extra work, but I like it.
I've had this all whipped stitched up and stuffed with fibre fill, and only about 2 inches to finish, and just didn't like the feel, I'm sure it wasn't lumpy, but I just couldn't get the thought out of my head, so Sunday craft shopping at Spotlight, to get some wadding, frogged the last bottom seam, and now I am much happier, finished last night.
Spotlight, where having a 20% off everything sale, including anything that was already on sale, so all the floss for a new project, and some Linen 32 ct Belfast, Antique White, that was already reduced from $72 to $48 per metre with a further 20% off that, went a little crazy and brought what was left on the roll 1.4 metres (4.5 feet). I've seen this linen on-line and in stores for $95 a metre. Bargain, and I can always dye.