They’re also very easy to make. Fuse two fabric squares together, cut, fold and stitch the points in place. Add a pretty button and a hanging cord and you’re done.
The instructions are for ornaments made from 3″ squares of fabric but make them any size you want. Just start with larger squares of fabric.
A thin wooden dowel or lollipop stick makes the pinwheels even more whimsical. The ornament below is considerably larger and would be fun stuck into the pot of a houseplant.
Pinwheel made with a 9″ square of fabric. Instructions at Bead Happily Ever After.
Kristen, from Kiki Verde, recommends using Steam a Seam 2 Double Stick Fusible Web (get it here) for fusing two fabric squares together. Her tutorial shows you how to fuse and cut several ornaments at a time.