Fan Pull

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The hanging fan pull.Made from a wooden spool and a few trinkets


Total Time: 20 minutes

Yield: 1


Supplies for the Fan Pull


  1. First, I glued fabric and some pearl trim around the spool. You could use paper or paint the spool if desired.
  2. Glueing fabric on a wooden spool.
  3. Next, using wire folded in half, I threaded the wire through the top of the tassel. Using the jewelry pliers, I twisted the two pieces of wire together two or three times and then inserted both pieces of wire through my beads and then through the spool. Then, I added one more bead at the top of the spool and secured with some hot glue. Using jewelry pliers, add a jewelry eyelet to the end of the wire and then connect the ceiling fan chain to the eyelet.
  4. Adding beads to the pull.
    Adding a hassle to the wire.
    Adding beads to the pull.
    Adding beads to the pull.

  5. Cut off excess wire.
  6. Adding the spool to the pull.
  7. Now I have a cute little fan pull I made for my granddaughter's room, so she can reach it to turn her fan off and on.
  8. The hanging fan pull.

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