"The Good Shepherd" Fabric Banner Pattern

              Note:  We offer banner patterns for you to make and create your own banners - not ready-made banners.
Good Shepherd Fabric Banners
The Good Shepherd


The stained glass quilting patterns on this fabric banner depicts our Good Shepherd, Jesus Christ, and is perfect for any season of the year. It is one of our most popular patterns for religious banners and is absolutely exquisite when stitched up.  It measures 36" x 60". You may add borders to this worship banner to make it fit that special spot in your sanctuary.

The Good Shepherd Fabric Banner Pattern  $18.95

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






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1 The Good Shepherd -Full Size Pattern (Pattern Only)The Good Shepherd -Full Size Pattern (Pattern Only)The stained glass quilting pattern in this fabric banner gives it color and depth. Depicting Jesus as The Good Shepherd both leading and carrying His flock. Religious banners are constructed using Heat'n'Bond and measures 36" x 60". If you'd like it slightly larger, just add borders. Intended for intermediate/advanced quilters.
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 making a banner really is? This slide show gives step by step instructions for making The Announcement, one of our stained glass quilting patterns, and the most complicated of all 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.


Finding the Right Banner Materials for Your Fabric Banner
When you're preparing to invest in a banner, time spent on investing in good banner materials and supplies will be well spent in the long run.  Religious banners will not go out of style, so you want them to be made from durable, resilient, yet creative fabrics.   

Landscape Fabrics:
  • Quilt shops carry nice varietys of landscape fabrics...bricks, wood, trees, water, clouds, stones, etc. to use in designs for your patterns for church banners.
Background Fabrics:
  • Background fabrics are more subtle and you do not want them competing with your design.  I generally do not use a plain cotton, but select batiks and blenders, or an overall polished cotton to give even the background some interest. Background fabric work in beautifully with stained glass quilting patterns.
Visual Interest Fabrics:
  • There are a variety of interesting fabrics that will create visual interest.  Feel free to mix cottons, shiny satins, textured Lame (gold or silver), definitive fur, and stretch fabrics on your fabric banners.  Several require special handling...fur needs to be hand sewn in place, crinkle satin needs to be stabilized with a fusible interfacing, apply Lame with a low temperature iron, and satins need to be pressed without steam as they will water spot.
A huge part of the creative process is taking time to collect the items that will really contribute to the overall message of your fabric banner.

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