NEW! Pickle Relish Quilt Pattern

I am so very excited about my newest pattern! I am all about making super easy to follow patterns that give you lots for your money, so with my latest pattern, it gives you two different techniques to make the main block: traditional and foundation paper piecing. Yay!

I think everyone has their prefered method of piecing and with this pattern it's completely your decision. If you are unsure, try out both and see what works better for you! With the traditional piecing method, I provide detailed cutting charts so all you have to do is whip out your fat quarters and start cutting! If you want to use half-yard cuts, the instructions are the same with longer strips to cut. If you are afraid to cut on a 45 degree, the pattern gives you full color cutting measurements or if you have a 45 degree ruler that you are still wondering why the heck you bought it, then whip it out and make it useful. If you are new to foundation paper piecing or just need a refresher, I have included a step-by-step page with diagrams to help you along!

When I was making this quilt, I realized there were lots of large angled scraps leftover and decided that those would be great for a mini quilt, which is also included in the pattern (this one is foundation paper pieced)!

I have listed the PDF version on Craftsy and you can purchase it here. I also have paper ones you can purchase from my shop here. If you would like to carry my patterns in my shop, send me an email so we can chat!

Finished size - 72" x 72" (Bonus mini - 21" x 21")
Fabrics used - Spellbound by Cotton + Steel

Lastly, I want to thank everyone so much for your support and encouragement with my patterns. It truly means the world to me and puts a big smile on my face daily!



  1. Nice looking quilt! I love your clever name for it too. You are really making quick work of pattern development.

    1. Thanks so much, Afton! Hope you are feeling well and your family is doing great!

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    1. Thank you so much, Barbara! Hope you have a great week!


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