|Close-up of the Cross Confirmation Banner.|
In Protestant churches, the rite tends to be seen rather as a mature statement of faith by an already baptized person. It is also required by most Protestant denominations for membership in the respective church, in particular for traditional Protestant churches. In these traditional Protestant churches: Episcopal, Presbyterian, Methodist, Lutheran it is recognized by a coming of age ceremony.
I have designed a simple banner that may be used during a Confirmation ceremony. The cross applique pattern is included below for those of you who would like to sew your own version. This design may be made by either traditional appliqué methods or by backing fabrics with a fusible material during the cutting, pressing and assembling of the banner.
|Traditional reds and whites are used for this Confirmation banner.|
I even selected a bit of iridescent white fabric to jazz it up a bit.
|Confirmation cross pattern for the banner by Kathy Grimm|
Latin variety of The Cross Patonce, often used for making
Chrismon Christmas ornaments.