Blogger’s Quilt Festival: Pickle Dish

It seems to be the rhythm, each new quilt that I make becomes my favorite.  When choosing one to share for the Blogger’s Quilt Festival, it was an easy decision.  My most recent finish was a Pickle Dish quilt made from batiks using a paper piecing technique.  The finished size was 72″ by 72″ and was machine quilted.  This quilt was given to a friend for her wedding earlier this month.

Be inspired by checking out the other quilts within the Blogger’s Quilt Festival hosted by Amy’s Creative Side:

Amy's Creative Side - Blogger's Quilt Festival


24 responses to “Blogger’s Quilt Festival: Pickle Dish

  1. this is a stunning quilt and I agree with you, the current quilt is always my favourites – I love those mix and match cushion covers too. And do I see a bit of Kaffe fabric in there?! It’s a great photo too – you really can’t beat a photo taken outdoors in dappled sunshine!

  2. Very pretty, what a lucky friend who received this! I love the little mini ones. Are they wall hangings?

  3. This is my favorite quilt!

  4. Very pretty — and so rich with those lovely fabrics!

  5. Great quilt! Love the colors!

    btw, this pattern is really called Double Wedding Ring not pickledish which just makes it even more perfect for a Wedding Quilt. (Pickledish is similiar but with triangles not wedges).

  6. Beautiful gift! This is one of my most favorite old patterns – beautiful and very labour intensive, too! You are very generous for giving away this labour of love…
    ; )

  7. can totally see why you love this quilt, its fabulous!

  8. This is beautiful!! the colours are perfect. I’d love to make a Pickle Dish one day but they look so hard so I’m even more impressed by your handy work. The smaller quilt that looks like a flower is so effective too.

  9. This is a gorgeous quilt, Angie. Beautiful colours and I love the design. And I love batiks, too!
    What a wonderful wedding gift – I hope your friend loved it too!
    Great photos, too.

  10. I can see why this is currently your favorite quilt. It is stunning! Love how the blue and red 4-patch blocks give the quilt some stopping points. A great quilt!

  11. I love your quilt! I have always wanted to do a quilt with this pattern. I like yours because the pieces seem larger than the traditional pattern. What pattern did you use? What a great gift!

  12. I wasn’t able to send you an email… I enjoyed looking at your quilt 🙂 I consider my quilt a string quilt, but just a modified version. It was so much fun to make. Happy quilting!

  13. great quilt. is that a kaffe fassett pattern? i have a top pinned and ready for quilting in quite different color way but with his pattern and i loved making it. thanks for sharing and have a great day

  14. Wow! What a beautiful design. One day I will try something more challenging. Untill then I will admire your work 🙂

  15. Your pickle dish quilt is LOVELY!

  16. love your pickle dish! this is by far one of my favorite patterns! yours is lovely!

  17. What a very stunning quilt! Lovely color combination.

  18. What a neat pattern. It may be awhile before I attempt anything that intricate. Great job! Thanks for visiting my little ol quilt.

  19. This is an amazing quilt!

  20. Lovely! What a great wedding gift!!! You could give that away?? wow! good for you! beauty!

  21. Gorgeous quilt. I love the color combination.

  22. What a lovely quilt and what a lucky friend. Thanks for sharing.

  23. Hi there, thanks so much for stopping by my blog and your lovely comment on my first quilt. I really appreciate it. I’ve been looking through your quilts and they are amazing, so complex. I think they are way beyond me and so I will be sticking to 9 patches and stacked coins I think!

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