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PinWheels Fabric & Felt

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Dear Creatives, I can’t believe it’s May already! I created some pinwheels & now I am spinning with inspiration to create some more! Next with pretty papers while I wait to gather some more felt. I can’t believe I have run out, but I do love using felt! I promise to link to some tutorials so you can make your own, these will be at the end of the post!

I used felt & fabric for this project. You can vary the look by choice of fabrics & the fabric bond you use or not use.


I am partial to anything purple or lavender. I used wood dowels that are 3/10 x 12″


I had to make a few & use some old buttons to embellish the centers. I’ll be looking for vintage buttons,broaches & more at yard sales to embellish pinwheels with pretty accents!


To finish them up I placed them in spray painted a mason jar, added brown tissue & tied the jar with a bow! Next I will be making some that you can actually spin! I have these on my mantel right now. Mine came out a bit different I didn’t have the Vliesofix / Bondaweb & could of glued down the fabric to the felt in a spot or two. I think they came out just as cute as Irina’s any way. Don’t you think? I can’t guarantee you’ll stop making them when you see all the options! You can make these up in no time yourself with a little how to from these places:

Which will you make first fabric or paper? (or) Have you made pinwheels before?

For Daily Deals, Supplies, Patterns & Classes Craftsy

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  1. I’m going to be making a whole lot of pinwheels for my sister’s Graduation Open House. They are so cute! I love the fabric and felt ones – Super Cute!

    1. Hi Anna, that will be fun & look pretty! I just went by to visit you & love the seed packs teacher’s gift. I will have to make that!

  2. Hi Fawn,
    I’ve only ever made paper pinwheels for my kids to blow on to make them spin.
    Your felt pinwheels are very pretty. They would look fabulous in a childrens room.
    God Bless
    Barb from Australia

    1. Hi Barb, I love paper ones that spin too, every spring I love getting them for the younger kids or young at heart. Glad you liked them!

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