We have a well-loved, much-used quilt we bought a few years ago form West Elm. One side is velvet, the other is a thin satin-y material. The satin side has been tearing away at the quilted seams and is really starting to lose its structural integrity. I need to find a way to mend it. Here is what I have thought of or found so far:
Use it as a sampler and work my way through The Stitches of Creative Embroidery, by Jacqueline Enthoven.
Susan Beale, at Craft, mends a bed sheet.
Becky Stern's Quilt Mending Tutorial at Craft
Diane Gilleland's reverse appliqué technique, also at Craft, is very pretty and might be needed if the tears have grown too big