3506: Pickled Pink

Tackle a traditional Pickle Dish quilt—this one with sewn in delicious palette of solids—with the help of Sara Gallegos. Sara’s tips and techniques, from simplifying curved piecing to strategies for cutting, make Pickled Pink a snap to sew!

The quilt featured in this episode, Pickled Pink, will publish in the May/June 2020 issue of Love of Quilting, and is currently available in the 3500 series eBooklet.

Standard Tools:

PFAFF® performance icon™

Olfa 45mm Quick-Change Rotary Cutter in Navy

Olfa 24″ x 36″ Rotary Cutting Mat in Navy

Olfa 6″ x 24″ Frosted Acrylic Ruler

Olfa 6″ x 12″ Frosted Acrylic Ruler

Olfa 6½” Square Frosted Acrylic Ruler

Havel’s 6″ Larger Finger Loop Fabric Scissors

Havel’s 8″ Serrated Fabric Sheers

Fons & Porter’s Ultimate Stiletto

Cricut Seam Ripper

Mechanical Pencil

Aurifil 40-Weight Cotton Thread

Mini Stash‘n Store from It’s Sew Emma

Niagara Spray Starch

Rowenta First Class Travel Iron

Dritz Glass Head Pins

Special Tools:

PFAFF® performance icon™

PFAFF’s clear ¼” foot

Olfa’s 28mm rotary cutter

Olfa’s 12″ Rotating Rotary Mat

Add-a-Quarter Ruler from CM Designs

Deb Tucker’s Corner Beam tool from Studio 180

Soft & Bright batting from The Warm Company

PFAFF Extension Table with Adjustable Guide

Carol Doak’s Foundation Paper

Fabric Used: Fabrics in the quilt shown are from Jacquie Gehring’s curated selection of Painter’s Palette solids from Paintbrush Studio Fabrics.

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