Woven Fan Wall Decor
Creating woven fan wall decor can be a unique and visually appealing way to decorate your space.

Here's a step-by-step guide on how you can make woven fan wall decor:
  1. Bamboo or wooden dowels (for the frame)
  2. Yarn or twine in various colors
  3. Scissors
  4. Glue or hot glue gun
  5. Optional: Beads, feathers, or other embellishments


  1. Prepare the Frame:
    • Decide on the size and shape of your fan. You can create a circular, oval, or rectangular frame using bamboo or wooden dowels.
    • Cut the dowels to the desired lengths and glue them together to form the frame. Ensure that the frame is sturdy.

  2. Wrap the Frame:
    • Choose a base color for your fan and start wrapping the yarn or twine around the frame. Apply glue as you go to secure the yarn in place.
    • Continue wrapping until the entire frame is covered. This will serve as the background for your woven design.

  3. Create the Woven Pattern:
    • Select different colors of yarn for the woven pattern. You can create a simple geometric design or get creative with more intricate patterns.
    • Start weaving the yarn through the frame. You can create a basic over-and-under pattern or experiment with more complex weaving techniques.

  4. Secure the Ends:
    • Once you've completed the woven pattern, secure the ends of the yarn by gluing or tying them to the frame. Trim any excess yarn.

  5. Add Embellishments (Optional):
    • If you want to add extra flair to your woven fan, consider attaching beads, feathers, or other decorative elements. Use glue to secure these embellishments in place.

  6. Hang and Display:
    • Attach a string or wire to the back of the woven fan for hanging. Ensure it is securely fastened so that the fan hangs evenly on the wall.
    • Find a suitable spot to display your woven fan wall decor and enjoy the unique and handmade aesthetic it adds to your space.

Feel free to customize the colors, patterns, and embellishments to match your personal style and the overall theme of your room. This project allows for a lot of creativity, so don't be afraid to experiment and make it your own!
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