"The Cross" Church Banner Pattern

             Note:  We offer banner patterns for you to make and create your own banners - not ready-made banners.
Cross Banner Patterns
The Cross
This beautiful, inspirational church banner making pattern is easy to stitch using Quilt Fuse for perfectly matched corners. Two different methods of machine quilting designs are offered. Pattern gives directions to easily enlarge or reduce the size to fit your needs. This is a great opportunity to learn how to use quilters grid for banner making.
 This cross church banner pattern is a beginning level project.
Finished size is 27" x 48".

The Cross Church Banner Pattern  $9.95

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

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1 The Cross (Pattern Only)The Cross  (Pattern Only)Easy banner making pattern.  Using Quilt Fuse for perfect corners makes this cross church banner pattern easy to create. Brighter colors lead inward, accenting the cross. You'll find two options for quilting included in this simple banner pattern as well as directions to reduce or enlarge the banner size to fit your space requirements. A beginning quilting pattern, the finished measurements are 27" x 48".
2 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 banner making really is? This slide show gives step by step instructions for making The Announcement 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 the Heat'n'Bond 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 Quilt Fuse for Church Banner Making
Quilt Fuse, also called Qulters Grid, gives you an opporutnity to make a patchwork type of church banner easily, in very little time. Quilt fuse is basically a fusible interfacing that has horizontal and vertical lines marked in varying one or two inch increments.

How to use Quilt Fuse:
  • Cut the desired amount of fabric squares.
  • Lay the bumpy side of quilt fuse up over a surface you can press on.
  • Find the exact center of the quilt fuse and place the squares, right side up in the desired pattern, beginning from the center and working outward.  Be sure to line your squares up evenly with the gridded lines on the fusible backing.
  • Beginning at one corner, lay your iron down firmly and press with a dry iron to fuse the squares. Use up and down motions with your iron to prevent any of your squares from shifting.
  • You will now sew all the horizontal rows and press them all one direction, using up and down motions.
  • Make small clips into the seam where the verticle rows will be.
  • Now sew all the vertical rows and press, using up and down motions.
  • Give your project a final pressing from the top side.
The beauty of using quilters grid, as you can see, is the perfectly matched corners...without pinning!  We have used this banner making method for making the "Cross" church banner, and have purchased it on point to use for pieced borders.  What other applications can you think of?

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