Friday Freebie: Delft Blue Foundation-Pieced Quilt Pattern

Delft Blue Friday Freebie: Delft Blue Foundation Pieced Quilt PatternFrom our archives, today’s freebie is a timeless classic in blue and white. This striking wall or table quilt design by Brenda Groelz utilizes foundation piecing, which means all your triangles will have perfect points! The printable foundation master is included with your pattern. Click here for the link to download your FREE Delft Blue foundation-pieced quilt pattern.

If you’ve never tried foundation piecing, this pattern is a great place to start, as the 5″ blocks are a beginner-friendly size, and each of the flying geese patches are not too tiny.

Whether or not you choose to give this pattern a try, you won’t want to miss Brenda’s excellent downloadable Foundation Piecing Primer – it’s a perfect reference you’ll turn to again and again. Click here for the link to download your FREE Foundation Piecing Primer, just one of the free quilting lessons at!

Click here if you’ve missed any of our previous Friday Freebies.

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4 Responses to Friday Freebie: Delft Blue Foundation-Pieced Quilt Pattern

  1. TINA LEIGH says:

    Thanks for sharing – this is a very pretty pattern!

  2. Marie Addison says:

    I have been quilting for a few yearsnow but always wanting to learn more. The video for binding was very informative! I tried it and and loved it, my quilt looks so neat! Thank you for the detailed info!

  3. Linda Cartwright says:

    Love any thing quilted in blue and white! This is awesome!

  4. Jane says:

    Very pretty, I love the blues. I love the flying geese going round the block. I am definitely going to make this, but I am thinking of an applique boarder to match. Thank you for sharing.

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