I gave her a good looking over and saw that the only real problems were the frayed edges of the binding and the last blue panel on each end. I picked some fabrics out of my stash that I thought would look nice on her and went to work. I'm sure quilters all over the world will cringe when they read this-I'm sorry. I just fixed her the best way I knew how. I started by zig-zaging this green fabric over the blue panel that was in such bad shape. I just ironed one side under about 1/2" and used old seam as a guide. I then pressed it, pinned the edges, and sewed along the edge with a long straight stitch. My reasoning for the long stitch was that I didn't want to deal with puckers and folds while applying the binding. I'm not a quilter so I don't own a walking foot which would have been very helpful (this is a foot for your machine that helps to feed layers of fabric evenly through the machine to prevent puckers and folds). After that I attached the binding all the way around. My method was to sew the binding fabric and quilt right sides together, turn the binding fabric under and fold over to the back, then stitch in the ditch on the right side.
I gave her a good wash and snuggled up with her while she was still warm. I know she is not made of the most beautiful fabrics, I'm sure she would love to be made of Anna Marie fabrics (who wouldn't?), but she is perfect to me....and now I feel safe knowing that she will be with me for many more years. Maybe even more puking babies....I hope so.