Fabric Pinwheels Are Perfect for the 4th

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They’ll Be Lovely in Pastels for Spring Decor, Too!

Dig out your most festive red and blue fabrics with white and quickly create fun fabric pinwheels. Display them on dowels, as shown here, or hang them throughout the house. They’ll last longer than paper pinwheels and are prettier, too.

The pinwheels are super easy to make. HeatnBond UltraHold gives them structure while thin wire threaded through buttons hold the pinwheels together and mount them to dowels. Omit the dowels and add hanging loops made from cord to turn them into ornaments.

Fabric Pinwheels Tutorial

A pattern is provided for two sizes of pinwheels, from Jessica Anderson for She Knows. However, once you see how they’re made you can easily adjust the size.

Click here for the free “Festive fabric pinwheels for July Fourth” tutorial.


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