"Celebrate Christmas" 

Banner Patterns

             Note:  We offer banner patterns for you to make and create your own banners - not ready-made banners.
I offer you 4 beautiful stained glass quilt patterns for Christmas church banners, one representing each Sunday in Advent. These Christmas banners became a cooperative project for several ladies in our church, greatly enjoying the fellowship time together as we created them for our sanctuary. The stained glass applique' technique is simpler than you would think...using 'Quick Bias", a fusible bias tape for the effect. You may order Christmas banner patterns individually or save by ordering the grouping.

Stained Glass Quilt Pattern The Greatest Gift

This lovely nativity stained glass quilt pattern is one of four coordinating Christmas banners I am offering. These quilted wall hangings will enhance your service during the holiday season, and what a gift of love to give your church! This is an intermediate/advanced level project. Finished size is 49" x 87". This pattern includes a full size drawing of the design.

The Greatest Gift Christmas Banner Pattern  $18.95




Christmas Church Banners

The Announcement

Another inspirational Christmas banner combining Quick Bias and applique' in this stained glass quilt pattern. This banner coordinates in size and style with The Greatest GiftWorship Him and The Prophecy Christmas banners, together making a stunning addition to your church for the holiday season. This is an intermediate/advanced level project. Finished size is 49"x87".

The Announcement Christmas Banner Pattern  $18.95



Worship HIm Christmas Banner Pattern Worship Him

Add this Christmas banner design, with the magi bringing their gifts to worship the newborn King, to your growing collection of Christmas banners. All of the Christmas church banners are the same size, 49" x 87", so they coordinate beautifully with one another. These holiday quilting projects require patience, skill, an eye for colors and a love for quilting. Enjoy!

 Worship Him Christmas Banner Pattern  $18.95




The Prophecy Christmas Church Banner Pattern The Prophecy

This banner reminds us of the Old Testament prophecy in Isaiah predicting the coming of Jesus Christ, which was fulfilled in the New Testament. Together, this Christmas banner along with the other three completes representation of the 4 Sundays of Advent. The Prophecy is easy to make simply using Heat'n'Bond Lite for the lettering and star. Finished size is 49" X 87". For beginning and intermediate quilters.

The Prophecy Christmas Banner Pattern  $18.95




Christmas Banner Patterns
Christmas Banner Patterns Grouping

Purchase these banner patterns as a group of 4 and Save! This holiday set includes, The Announcement, The Greatest Gift, Worship Him, and The Prophecy. The Christmas banners utilize a range of techniques including, Quick Bias for the stained glass, applique', and Heat'n'Bond. All four Christmas banner projects are the same size, 49" x 87" so they coordinate beautifully in your Church's sanctuary. For intermediate to advanced quilters.

Patterns for Set of 4 Christmas Banners  $64.88

Note:  We sell banner patterns for you to make and create your own banners - not ready-made banners

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1 The Greatest Gift - Full Size Pattern (Pattern Only)The Greatest Gift - Full Size Pattern (Pattern Only)Depicting the Nativity, this pretty Christmas banner pattern was intended to be part of a Christmas decor set, but has no trouble standing on its own. It is set at an intermediate/advanced quilting level because of the stained glass effect which uses Heat'n'Bond and Quick Bias. The pattern includes a full size drawing of the design. The completed banner meassures 49" x 87".
2 The Announcement - Full Size Pattern (Pattern Only)The Announcement - Full Size Pattern (Pattern Only)Decorate your sanctuary with Christmas banners.  Take your artistic abilities and create an amazing and beautiful picture with fabric using a stained glass quilt pattern. Constructed using Heat'n'Bond and Quick Bias, this is an intermediate/advanced quilting pattern. It comes complete with detailed instructions and full size drawing. Finished size is 49" x 87".
3 Worship Him - Full Size Pattern (Pattern Only)Worship Him - Full Size Pattern (Pattern Only)Requiring patience and skill, this Christmas banner is a wonderful addition to your church's foyer or sancturary for the holiday season. With bright colors, create the stained glass quilt pattern in this picture of the magi bringing gifts to the infant King. This project utilizes Heat'n'Bond and Quick Bias, measures 49" x 87" and is for intermediate/advanced quilters.
4 The Prophecy - Full Size Pattern (Pattern Only)The Prophecy - Full Size Pattern (Pattern Only)One of 4 Christmas banner patterns, the words on this prophetic banner from Isaiah 9:6 were fulfilled in the birth of Christ. While the embellishment of this banner is restricted to the star, the different font used in the lettering draws attention to the words. The lettering is created using Heat'n'Bond, the final measurements are 49" x 87" for this beginning to intermediate level pattern.

5 Christmas Banner Grouping (Patterns Only)Christmas Banner Grouping (Patterns Only)Each of our Christmas church banners measures the same at 49" x 87", these banners will coordinate well in your sanctuary or foyer celebrating the Christmas season. A range of techniques were used in creating these lovely patterns including "quick bias", applique' and Heat'n'Bond to make the detail of the angels, the different styles of lettering and stained glass applique. Due to the stained glass effect in thses patterns, we recommend them for intermediate to advanced quilters.
6 Glory to God - Book on Making BannersGlory to God - Book on Making BannersUse this book independently or as a companion to other fabric banner projects you are currently working on! Inside you'll find four christian church banner patterns and full instructions, but you'll also find so much more. Included in this book are tips, techniques and instructions on how to make banners from beginning to end. Pages filled with years of JoAnn's experience from how to create fringe and tassels to how to hang and store your new banners are all part of this wonderful resource. Whether your a novice at creating quilted, fabric banners, or an experienced sewer, you'll find something here to help you design and create that amazing work of art!
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Church Banner Slideshow

Want to see how easy making a banner really is? This slide show gives step by step instructions for making The Announcement Christmas banner, the most complicated of the banners. You'll discover it isn't as difficult as it looks and is a relatively simple process that most anyone can complete using Heat'n'Bond and Quick Bias. The slideshow is about six minutes long. Be sure to double click on the forward button on the lower left corner of the screen to play the slideshow.


Using Quick Bias for Stained Glass Quilt Patterns
Christmas banners created in stained glass applique are gorgeous!  I use 1/4 inch wide Quick Bias when making stained glass applique on my Christmas banners. The bias strips stay adhered and are simply stitched in place when quilting the completed banner.
Tips for using Quick Bias:
  • Using Heat'n'Bond Lite, applique all your individual stained glass pieces in place on a muslin fabric background.
  • Visually divide your design into sections, working from the background forward.  For example, the sky area, then land, then designs.
  • Within each section, you will apply your Quick Bias, working from the back towards the front, layer by layer.
  • Cut and finger press your bias strips in position as you go.  As you work from the background up, the end of every bias strip should be covered over by another strip.
  • Fuse (no steam in iron) bias strips in position after you are sure they are placed correctly.  
  • Simply reheat an area if you need to go back and tuck an end under.
  • When completed, add your borders and prepare for quilting.
  • I stitch my Quick Bias in place during the quilting process.  If you are quilting on your machine at home, you can use a double needle.  If you send it out to a long arm quilter, she will use just one row of stitching.  Because it is fused, it will still lay flat.  If you are a hand quilter, you will want to stitch both edges.
Quick Bias if a nifty notion that makes stained glass quilt patterns much easier to make than traditional methods, and is especially nice on Christmas banners.


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