Concise Bible Dictionary:

The word pesilim is commonly translated “graven images,” or “carved images”; therefore in Judges 3:19, 2619But he himself turned again from the quarries that were by Gilgal, and said, I have a secret errand unto thee, O king: who said, Keep silence. And all that stood by him went out from him. (Judges 3:19)
26And Ehud escaped while they tarried, and passed beyond the quarries, and escaped unto Seirath. (Judges 3:26)
the word is better rendered as in margin of AV, “graven images.” It is not supposed to refer to a place where stone was excavated, but to some images or blocks of stone so called which stood there.
Under Jerusalem there is a quarry from whence in early days much stone was taken. See JERUSALEM.