Herald in the Christmas season with this wall hanging. Crinkle satin is the background for this lovely angel declaring "Glory to God in the Highest." The bold blue background and gold tassels bordering either side with gold fringe below, make this banner stand out. For beginning quilters. Finished size 18" x 24".
Fishers of Men
Declaring the words of Jesus, this wall hanging will help to develop your skill with letters and words. The appliqu� technique is simple and makes success with this project easy. Colors vary from light tan to dark brown, and a fun fish pattern completes the triangles in the border. A beginning or intermediate level pattern. Finished size is 24" x 32".
Bordered by deep purple and light lavenders, this Christmas banner depicting Mary and Joseph worshiping at the manger is a welcome addition to your church or home during the Christmas season. The banner was designed to teach appliqu� and the stained glass effect techniques. Appliqu� pieces are attached with Heat'n Bond Light, and Quick Bias is used for the stained glass effect. For intermediate and advanced quilters. Finished size is 24" x 30".
The Cross 2
Shades of maroon, pink, and white set off this lovely cross. Perfect for a church foyer or at home, this cross is a reminder of the risen Christ. This wall hanging uses quilters grid, giving you perfectly matched corners in a fraction of the time standard piecing would making it a very simple, yet beautiful project. Borders have been added to this banner. For beginner quilters. Finished size 25" x 37".
The Nativity (Pattern Only)A smaller banner measuring 24" 30", it is a beautiful picture of Joseph and Mary worshipping the child, Jesus, in the manger. Light lavenders and deep purple serve as the border. Designed with the intent of teaching applique and stained glass techniques, this banner will look lovely in your church or home during Christmas. All design pieces are attached with Heat'n'Bond Light and Quick Bias. This is a pattern for intermediate/advanced quilters.
Want to see how easy making a banner 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.