• I see how you would HAVE to use bias binding with the curves, but this part here looks so difficult. - Applecyder
  • Well, I cannot say that it was EASY, but it was not so difficult. And I love the result!
    Thank you for the concern ;)

Japanese Pickledish Quilt

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Fabrics brought back from Japan by my parents in 2010
Pattern: Pickledish quilt, by Aneela Hoey
comfortstitching.typepad.co.uk/comfortstitching/2010/09/p...
It took me almost 2 years to finish this quilt, partly because of the curved seams, and partly because of the batting I chose, which was too thick for my machine!
I love the result, and I thought it would look cool to take a photo in front of my blooming tree.

Elisabeth patchwork, Anti-Square, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. ImAGingerMonkey 70 months ago | reply

    perfect quilt, perfect setting, perfect picture!!!!

  2. Linda Rotz Miller Quilts & Quilt Tops 70 months ago | reply

    Great quilt for those special fabrics!

  3. mandalin18 70 months ago | reply

    how worth it was it though! It's a real beauty Sylvie.

  4. PatchworkPottery 70 months ago | reply

    It's beautiful!!! Well worth the wait!

  5. Helene408 70 months ago | reply

    Un grand classique revisité avec des tissus japonais. Magnifique !

  6. Joyce in the CactusPatch 70 months ago | reply

    Congrats on finishing this wedding ring, I have one that I need to get back to work on!

  7. Applecyder 69 months ago | reply

    Wow! I can't even imagine how you attached that binding. This is a treasure. Congrats!

  8. Joyce in the CactusPatch 69 months ago | reply

    Applecyder bias binding is the way to go on this type of quilt!! Works like a charm ; )

  9. bryanhousequilts 43 months ago | reply

    Thanks for sharing your quilt with me; it's beautiful!

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