Dragon Wings Tutorial

Yes, I’ve only posted about my dragon wings about 10 times, and here it goes again. Only this time I’m sharing how I made them.

OK, here is goes, my first ever tutorial…



2 metal hangers

Fusible Adhesive, like Steam to Seam or Heat’n Bond Ultra

Eleastic, 18inches



Wire Cutters

Your Dragon is Waiting….  What are you waiting for!

Step 1- Print pattern, or use your own. Print Pattern here

Step 2- Lay the pattern on the fusible adhesive. (I used the Heat’n Bond Ultra roll.) Fold the fusible adhesive so that the non-paper sides are together. Trace pattern and Cut. I added a ¼” width around the pattern piece, but you don’t need to.

Step 3- Lay the fusible adhesive on the wrong side of the fleece and iron on. I never iron fleece directly. I always use a thin piece of cotton between the iron and the fleece.

Cut the fleece around the fusible adhesive wing pattern.

Step 4- Time for the wire cutting! Get out your hangers and wire cutters.

Hanger #1- Clip off the hanger piece. Then bend the hanger at the middle of the straight bottom piece, so that you have an upside W. Next, lay the hanger on the dragon wings and bend the hanger so that it somewhat aligns with the top edge of the wings. This doesn’t have to be exact by any means!

Hanger #2- Clip the bottom into 2 piece and the sides into 2 more pieces for the ‘bones’ of the wings.

Step 6- Next step, putting the wings and bones together.

Remove the paper side of the adhesive and lay out this set of wings with adhesive up. Layout the ‘bones’. Lay the second piece of fleece over the bones with right side up. Iron. This ironing step takes a little while to get the fusible adhesive to adhere to the fleece, so be patient. Last part of Step 6, cut out the dragon wings!

Step 7- Stitch! First, stitch around the edges. Second, stitch alongside each of the inside bones

Step 8- Elastic. Almost done… Add two 9inch pieces of elastic to the back side of the wings, spaced about 5inches apart. Although these lengths for the elastic were made for 2 year olds, they even fit some adults. Lastly, Stitch the elastic to the top and bottom of the wings.

And WA LA! You’re done! Get those wings flying!

Please excuse the photography! The lighting in my crafty room is not set up for photography… That’s a whole ‘nother project…. I considered making another set and taking better pictures along the way, but with Halloween just around the corner I decided to post what I have.

Comments and questions are greatly appreciated! Like I said this is my first ever tutorial, so I know there is room for improvement for my next one. I’d also love to see pictures of other little dragons.

And if you’d like to own a pair, but want someone else to make them… Check out my etsy site!


  1. Great idea about using hangers !! Next time I have to make a pair of wings I shall resort to hangers.!! Thanks !

  2. Sarah Fedderson says:

    OMG! I am so excited to try these. So adorable! Thanks!

  3. I love these….perfect timing too because my son is 2 and he loves dragons and surprise….he is being one for halloween…but he is in that in-between size stage so costumes dont fit all that well…so maybe I will be making him one this year?!? Love it!

  4. Hi, found this via Prudent baby! Thans for a great tutorial, i can’t wait to try it out for my boys!!

  5. CharityMay says:

    these are awesome! thanks for the inspiration. i am going to tweak this to make buzz lightyear wings for my son’s halloween costume, and will definetly make them some dragon wings later on. i love finding tutorials like this for fun boy stuff! you are wonderful!

  6. This is brilliant. So simple!

  7. These are AWESOME!! I linked to your tutorial over at Craft Gossip Sewing:


  8. Thanks for the awesomeness! I’m totally having my son a dragon party for his next birthday.

  9. these are AWESOME. all i hear about all day is what dragons my kids are (thank-you “how to train your dragon”). they would love these so much. i see a Christmas present….

  10. Oh my goodness…this is pure genius. You rock! I love this. I am bookmarking this post right now! 🙂 I found you through Craft Gossip BTW.

  11. these are fantastic! Do you mind if I add a link in my blog?


  12. That you so much for posting this tutorial! I was already making my son’s baby dragon costume when I saw a link to your post on another site. I decided to make them right away and they are adorable. Once I have pictures of the finished costume I’ll have to show you how cute they look on a baby. The directions were super easy to follow. Thank you, thank you!

    • lwackerman says:

      Awesome! Glad to hear that the directions were easy to follow. Seeing as how it’s my first tutorial, I was nervous about that. I can’t wait to see pictures!

  13. Very clever use of the hangers! They turned out great! Thanks for the tutorial!

  14. Rachelle Morehead says:

    I love these! We’re having a dragon themed birthday party for my son’s 4th birthday this year and these will be perfect! Thank you so much for posting this!

    • lwackerman says:

      awesome! I’m really wanting to set up a flickr page for reader projects. I’d love to see the ones you do!

  15. Christina Matthewson says:

    OMG these are fantasitc!! I’m going to use this tutorial to make some dragon wing for my niece and her dog 🙂 – she’s dragon crazy and would love this!!!

  16. Thank you for this! I’d despaired of finding a way to make dragon wings cheaply with my limited sewing skills, but now I have some bat like dragon wings for my costume, and it took only a few hours. I used a material with a lizardskin texture, and hand stiched them for ragged edges, they’re perfect!

  17. hi – love your dragon wings. my 3 year old wants to be toothless the dragon for halloween but my sewing machine just broke and i can’t get a new one until christmas. is there any way you would consider a custom order for a set of wings i could pay you for?! please send word and pricing if you are willing ASAP — nataliehacking@hotmail.com

    • I'm Feelin' Crafty says:

      Awesome! So glad you like them. And sorry to hear about your sewing machine. I sent an email to you about the custom wings. Timing isn’t right for me to make you any (usually I would say yes), but I do have 2 sets just sitting here. Check your email!

  18. Starting on these today! wish me luck !:)
    Best tutorial I have found and I have looked at A TON!

  19. Hi, Thanks for the great tutorial. Just made a pair of wings for my boys and posted pictures on my blog. Linked to your blog for the instructions 🙂

  20. These are perfect! I will need to adapt them to my daughter’s glitter/tulle “friendly cute” dragon costume. Hoping I can make it work with costume fabric or tulle since it’s on hand!

  21. I made you amazing wings for my sons Dragon costume for halloween I posted them on my blog site, if you are interested.

  22. Thank you, thank you, thank you. My son will be the coolest dragon around this halloween 🙂

  23. Stephanie says:

    This tutorial is fabulous! Thank you so much! I’m wondering if they need to be made from a heavy fabric like fleece or would a lighter fabric work too? I wasn’t sure if the wings would be sturdy enough.

    • I'm Feelin' Crafty says:

      Thank you! I would think a lighter fabric would work, but the hangers might show more… But that might be fine depending on the fabric! With the hangers cut and bent they are pretty sturdy. If you make them, please send pictures!!

  24. I used this tutorial to make a dog costume for an 8wk old puppy. They attach to her harness. Very easy and very cute! (and cheaper and less bothersome to her than a store bought one).

  25. Thanks for this great tutorial! I made a set from red & black felt for my 6 year old’s dragon Halloween costume this year and he loves them. I modified the pattern a little for a wider spread for a larger child…. the whole costume is a hit!

  26. Your super tutorial inspired my 6-year-old son’s dragon costume. Such a smart idea, the wings were even worn by his little 2-year-old brother who in the beginning wouldn’t want to dress up at all 🙂 the result here http://pinterest.com/pin/20266267043108458/ Thank you so much! Iraisa

  27. Heather Puglisi says:

    Hi there. Love the wings. Any chance you’d be able to make a few pairs to sell to fit 6 year olds?

  28. Awesome. Thanks for posting this. I can’t wait to make some for my kids!

  29. Oh goodness! Would ou consider selling a pair? I need black ones ASAP!

  30. Thanks for the how to steps… I’m going to try making a version of this for my husband. My 3 year old is going to be Mike The Knight, and be has decided Daddy needs to be a dragon 😀

  31. A tip– you can water down craft paint about half paint and half water to paint your elastic to match your wings, no bulk or time sewing casings!

  32. I made wings following your instructions for my 6 month old’s dragon costume. I will be wearing him in a Mei Tai carrier, and tie the wings around the carrier. The photo on my facebook page is getting a lot of attention, so I hope you don’t mind if I share your post. :o)

  33. Adelina says:

    Thank you so much for this! My son wants to be a Dragon for his little sister’s fairy party, and according to the shops, there’s no deman for dragon wings (although the reponses to your turorial suggest otherwise!)!
    One question: Did you use a particular needle in the machine to sew it together? The packaging for the heatnbond says it shouldn’t be sewn, but I know that doesn’t necessarily mean it can’t be! Just don’t want to stuff my mum’s sewin machine up!
    Thanks so much!

    • Awesome question! I actually changed the product I used. I’m so glad you asked, because I need to update the tutorial! I now use a Pellon fusible interfacing, rather than the heat n bond product. I iron the interfacing on one side of the fleece wings (with a cloth between the interfacing (and Fleece) and the iron. It doesn’t necessarily hold the two pieces of fleece together, but it does hold the metal bits in place and gives the wings a little more stiffness. You can sew the het n bond, but sometimes it would leave a sticky residue on the needle, then that sticky would break the thread… I’ve had much better results with the pellon product. It’s a mid weight craft interfacing. It used to not be a ‘craft’ product, but last time I bought it the label had been changed to craft (but its’ still with the interfacing on the bolt in the fabric dept.) Ok, I hope this helps!

      • Hi,
        I am new to making stuff and am quite confused with one part of the tutorial. I am using a medium weight interfacing. I placed the interfacing with the rough side (I’m assuming adhesive side) down on top of one piece of wing fabric. Then I ironed. The interfacing is now stuck onto the 1st piece of wing fabric. Now, here is where my confusion starts. The instructions say to now place the wire pieces onto this 1st piece of wing fabric with the adhesive side up. Then iron second piece of fabric on? I don’t have “another ” adhesive side to keep the wire pieces in place. The interfacing side that is facing up from the first piece is non-sticky. Am I suppose to use two pieces of interfacing? How do the wire pieces stay put long enough for me to sew.

        Am I totally missing something? Thanks in advance for your help.


      • The material I used in the tutorial is fusible on both sides, which is why the directions are written the way they are. But you can do it with interfacing that’s only fusible on one side too. If the interfacing is only fusible on one side: Lay out one side of the wings. Lay out the wire pieces. Lay the interfacing on top, with the fusible side down (towards the wire pieces). Then layout a cloth on top to iron on because you don’t want to directly iron the fleece. Then once the interfacing had fused, it will hold the wire in place, hopefully for a really long time! And lastly, instead of fusing on the other layer of the fleece wings, just pin it in place and sew around! I think that’s clear! I make them all the time, so it is to me, but if it’s not, please let me know!! Have fun!

      • Hi,

        Ah!! totally makes sense now! I was getting a bit worried and almost gave up on the project! One last question: after all ironing and pinning is done, do I sew around ‘both’ sides of the wires? I can see doing that for the four inner bone pieces, but wasn’t sure about the larger ‘upside-down’ w piece. Or can I just sew once around the perimeter of the wings. Thanks so much for your prompt reply – much much appreciated.

      • Sewing around the wire pieces is up to you. The interfacing should hold them pretty good. But! My personal preference is to sew around them all. If you look at my listing on etsy, you can see how I do it pretty clearly. I sew pretty tight to the wires, so be careful not to sew too close or over the wire and break a needle! https://www.etsy.com/listing/110920889/dragon-wings?ref=shop_home_active_2

        So glad you didn’t give up!!

  34. Naro Kusanagi says:

    Thank you so much for this tutorial!Now I think I can finally put together my dragon coat.But the adhesive is very expensive here,even at craft stores!Do you think I can substitute that with superglue?Or is that a bad idea?By the way,what kind of fabric could give the ‘scaly’ texture?Will faux leather work?

    • Hmmm… I wouldn’t try to sew through super glue… I think a faux leather would work. There are also some scaley looking vinyl’s… You could pin the pieces together and not use the interfacing…

  35. Barbra anne says:

    ive been trying to come up with an awesome idea for my nephew for halloween.. he maybe just end up being a hybrid dragon creature.. hmmm thanks bunches

  36. Nichole says:

    Thank you so much, I’m in the process of doing an dragon, choo-choo, airplane birthday party for my 8 yr old, 2 yr old and 87 yr old grandpa. These are gonna be awesome!!

    • Oh, that sounds like fun!! Let me know if you have any questions!

      • Nichole says:

        I have them all cut and “boned”, 1 has been fully sewn and elastic put on. They look so awesome!! Gotta finish sewing them tomorrow. Just wanted to say thanks again. My husband even said it looked like I’d bought it @ a store! I cannot wait for their party and to give all the kids their wings!!! I’ll figure out how to post a picture for u!!

      • Awesome!! I can’t wait to see them! You can upload to flickr if you have an account!

  37. Sherri Riach says:

    Just made these for my three year old son’s Halloween costume. We are three weeks away and he is already running around the house roaring. Thanks for taking the time to do the tutorial and for the printable template.

  38. Great tutorial! Wondering how much fabric these require? Would a yard do?

  39. I’m actually needing to make a pair of wings for a costume I’m wearing at some conventions, so I’m glad I found this! I may try using a thinner material than fleece, though.

  40. Im totally making a pair of these for my iguana!!

  41. Thank’s for your idea! =)
    How can I take you my photos?

  42. I have been making Halloween costumes for my kids for years and this is the best and easiest wing tutorial ever. The wings look awesome, they actually stay up and don’t flop over, and I made them in an afternoon. Thank you so much!

  43. Great tutorial! The pics really made it clearer, though I’m not very confident with the fusible adhesive. There are two layers of fabric, right? and fusible between them?

  44. I’m making a wearable baby dragon costume and using these wings. The tutorial is great and easy to follow! Thanks!

  45. I think this is super cute! Have you ever tried sewing the wings to a hoodie? I’m planning to do so for a hoodie I’ve made of Toothless from “How To Train Your Dragon,” and I think these would be great because then I could bend them so they’re not in the way when I don’t need to show them off. I was wondering how you would think this would work?

    • If you sewed them on closer to your arm pits, not in the middle, it could work. I’d just be worried they’d be kinda floppy. Let me know how it goes!

      • Thank you for your input! I’ve decided against it, though. My friend and I discussed it and came to the conclusion that without it being held up by straps, it would pull the back of the hoodie down and I’d end up choking, haha. I may have to make these anyway, though, they’re just so cute!

      • They aren’t very heavy, so I don’t think you’d choke to death or anything! But yes, they pull on the hoodie! You can paint the straps so that they match your sweatshirt! Keep me posted!

  46. Hello… I am making these for my twin 2 yr old boys for Halloween this year, along with some other dragon accessories ! ….how much fleece did you use? Also I will need to cut out to pattern right? Thanks for posting this! I love these wings and hope mine come out as cute!

    • For two pairs of dragon wings you’ll need 3/4 of a yard of the 42″ wide fleece. And for your second question, I’m a little confused! Are you asking if you need to cut out the pattern? Yes! Cut the pattern on a fold, then open and lay flat over the fleece and cut two layers of fleece at once for your two wings. Good Luck!

  47. beccalouise says:

    Just made these last night in black to finish off a “toothless” costume for my 2 yr old. Today he won second place o n a costume contest in his age group, so that was fun. I think the wings put it over the top.

  48. A. Royalty says:

    Wow! Thank you! I needed a step-by-step with pictures. Sweet daughter came home from school and has to be her favorite book character in two days…she picked Toothless. I can’t wait to make these and see the smile on her face!

  49. becky8770 says:

    I am about to attempt making three pairs of these for my daughters (and my middle one’s 9th birthday party!). Do you need two pieces of wing-shaped fleece – effectively a front and a back? Looking forward to making them! Thanks!

  50. So did you use a zipper foot on your sewing machine?

  51. Thank you for this tutorial. It helped me to sew the wings from toothless my grandson wanted to be at carnival. You make a little boy from germany very happy.

  52. Thanks for the tutorial! I was inspired to make them for my daughter’s 8th dragon-themed birthday party! My daughter and son love their wings 🙂 I added a little shiny silver material to the inside of the wings for the BD girl… looks cool!

  53. Thank you so much for this awesome tutorial!! I am so excited to make my son some dragon wings. I did have a question, Do you think I could easily add in a different fabric, like a faux or vegan leather or stretch leather? Or is the thickness of the fleece needed? If so, do you think it would be difficult for a (advanced beginner sewer) to add some leather details? My son loves dragons and id love to make him the wings for fun and for halloween.

    • I can’t wait to hear how these turn out! I think you can use any fabric you want! As long as you use the hangers, you should be good. Not sure how easily the interfacing will adhere to the other fabrics, but again, I think as long as you sew in the hangers, you’ll be fine! Good luck and have fun with it!

  54. Are the wings all one size? Any way you think I can use this great pattern but make bigger wings?? My 5 yr old wants to be Toothless this year for Halloween, but I feel like toothless should have bigger wings that the size of a coat hanger?? Thanks in advance!! I feel like I’m taking on a big project and I’m a new sewer who teachers full time. Yikes!

    • They are about 2 feet wide. I’d just lay the pattern on the fleece, and cut it out bigger than the pattern, equally all around! As for the hanger size, you could buy a heavy wire instead of using hangers. I don’t think you’d need to go too much bigger on a 5 year old, but either way it will be awesome!

  55. Is there a step 5 missing? I cut the wire bones and second piece of fleece but I don’t understand this part of step 6: “Remove the paper side of the adhesive and lay out this set of wings with adhesive up.” How do I remove the paper side of the adhesive? Fusible adhesive is only one piece… Do I cut another piece of fusible adhesive? I don’t understand, help!

  56. Thanks for this tutorial! I’m by no means an expert sewer, and was able to make these with no frustration, much to my relief since my 5 year old wants to be a “fire breathing dragon” for Halloween! Appreciate you taking the time to put these instructions together with enough detail for me to replicate the adorable wings; he is thrilled.

  57. These are Awesome & I can’t wait to make them–THANK YOU TO SHARE!

  58. Would these fit 6 and 7 year olds ?

  59. Jennifer O. says:

    OMG! You just made my day! Ive spent the last week trying to figure out how I was going to make the bat like wings for a Hercules Pain & Panic costumea for this years Halloween Disneyland trip. I could not for the life of me figure out how to get the pleather fabric to work! I literally just spent 30min lookin for the fusible adhesive i had hidden somewhere & low & behold it works perfectly! The picture are so helpful too! Yay! TY TY TY!

  60. Wow!! Thanks so much for posting this. You have no idea how excited I am to stumble across it!! Thank you again.

  61. YESSSSS!!! I am smack dab in the middle of making a Charizard costume for my 8 year old and was stumped at the wings. THANK YOU for posting how to do this!!!!

  62. Marie-Laure Gandit Petersen says:

    wondeful ! but no more available on your etsy website. How much do you sell it ? Would it fit for a 2 yrs old boy ? Could you please send me an email ?

  63. What a great tutorial! I am using this to make the wings for my casual Moogle cosplay!
    But I have two questions:
    1. Is it possible to make these without the fusible adhesive? I’m having trouble finding some equivalent here i Sweden haha!
    2. Would it work to fill the spaces between the hangers in the wings with some kind of filling, like some sort of cotton-wool the make them a little more thick? To make them look more like these (way to advanced for me) owings: https://img1.etsystatic.com/103/0/5731114/il_fullxfull.837367571_q80n.jpg


    • Good Luck!! So, I’ve switched to heavyweight fusible interfacing. I use the fusible adhesive or interfacing to give the wings more stability and to help keep the wires in place. You could use batting or something to make them thicker, but I don’t!

      Hope it works out for you!!

  64. Just came across this post seven years after you posted it…. What a FANTASTIC tutorial, amazing job detailing out and explaining the steps, the hanger-cut photos were super helpful (as were the other photos)! Adorable idea, I am hoping to make these for my son’s birthday party next weekend :). Thank you!!

  65. Thanks so much for this tutorial, it was super helpful. Wow, it did take longer than it sounded like it would haha! Maybe that’s because I made NINE for my son’s birthday party (overly ambitious of me), it literally took me 14 hours AFTER I had already precut the bottom layer and ironed on the heat-n-bond to it, haha! Anyway, they turned out adorable, the kids loved wearing them (and still do), and the parents all thought they were amazing – thank you again!

  66. chrysa m hefty says:

    I’m all late to the party but I Love this idea!!!! Looks so easy. My family & friends love going to Renaissance Fairs and this will be an awesome costume idea for my 2 year old. Can’t wait to get started….now were did those old hangers go?

  67. Solangel Carrillo says:

    Eternal help! thank you!


    A mi nieto de 5 años se le ocurrió que necesita unas alas de dragón. Me encanta su tutorial. Perfecta y sencilla!!! Muchas gracias.

  69. spinnegar2011 says:

    So my hanger was too small?? The bends at the top of the wings started in the middle rather then at the ends. Also, the instructions on the heat and bond say not to sew it. I don’t want to mess up my new machine. :/

    • No, you’re hanger probably wasn’t too small. The actually bend of the hanger is not in the right spot. You do have to straighten out the hanger, then rebend where the tip of the wing is. I sewed a bunch of wings using the sew and bond. It will junk up your needle, but it didn’t hurt my machine at all. A couple of options if you are nervous about it. 1. Cut the sew and bond about a 1/4″ shy of the actual wing size. Then sew next to the sew and bond. I really need to update this tutorial, because the next option is what I actually use now. 2. I use the heaviest fusible interfacing I can find. (I forget it’s actual name.) I cut the fusible interfacing about a 1/4″ shy of the wings. I place one of the wing pieces down, layout the metal pieces and then fuse the interfacing to the fleece, on top of the metal pieces (using a thin cotton between the iron and the fleece/interfacing). Then pin the second wing piece on that and then sew around the edges and around the metal pieces. There are a few ways to do this! Good luck!

  70. Brianne Ellison says:

    Are there other materials you could use besides fleece? Something more irradecent or shiny?

    Thank you

    • I realize that this is an old question, but for future reference to anyone who is interested you could make these following the directions using white felt then take an iridescent sheer fabric and cover the felt wings on both sides and either zizag stitch or use a fancy stitch to attach the shimmery fabric along the edges (you could go along hangers too to provide extra detailing) then trim the sheer fabric down to the size of the wings, did this without interfacing or wire to make dragonfly wings for a costume and fairy wings for a doll. For these dragon wings you probably will want/need the extra stability and support provided by the wire hangers.

  71. This is an awesome tutorial thank you for sharing!

  72. You think I could use hot glue instead of fusible adhesive?

  73. Your pattern is excellent, and the stability that the wings get from the hangers is exactly what I was hoping for, I only regret that I didn’t read the comments first to see your revised suggestions. I already had Heat N Bond on hand and had already ironed it on before reading comments, I ran into several snags.

    Were I to do it over I wouldn’t use Heat N Bond, I don’t know if I would use interfacing at all. The biggest thing, I may have made the wings somewhat bigger I don’t recall for certain, but the bottom part was floppy so I inserted a couple more hanger pieces and I wish I had been able to affix them to the original hanger before the original hanger was sewn in I need to find someway to bind them through the fabric to help increase the stability

    By far this was the best tutorial pattern for dragon wings far better than the dumb fairy wings pattern that came with the simplicity dragon pattern I had which was why I was looking for something else for the Spyro costume that I making for my son.

  74. I want to make for my 12 yr old. Any idea how big I should make them for that age?

  75. Thank you for posting this I have a two year old who wants to be a dragon for Halloween and this was the perfect solution for wings!!!


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  21. […] want to head over to the blog “I’m Feeling Crafty” for her absolutely WONDERFUL dragon wing tutorial. It’s what we used for our wings and I have no alterations for how she did it. It’s […]

  22. […] dress up as Toothless. So, I got my craft on and made him a Toothless costume. He LOVED it. I used this tutorial for the dragon wings and some of these tips for the rest of the costume (head and tail, that are […]

  23. […] wings have wire hangers (that have been cut and shaped) in them, which worked pretty well! I used this tutorial for the wings, with minor exceptions, which I found via this […]

  24. […] and relatives, and spending the day in honor of every thing scary and spooky while sporting your childrens dragon costume? not likely, […]

  25. […] i całą serię DRAGON. Dokładną instrukcję jak uszyć skrzydła smoka znajdziecie na blogu Feelin Crafty. Autorka przygotowała szablon, który wystarczy wydrukować i stosować się do jej zaleceń. […]

  26. […] used a free dragon wing tutorial written by Louise of imfeelincrafty: https://feelincrafty.wordpress.com/2010/10/19/dragon-wings-tutorial/ Her directions were easy to follow, and the dragon wings are […]

  27. […] simple trouser pattern. I made the whole outfit out of black stretch jersey. I made the wings using this pattern, which I’ve mentioned before here, and inserted pipe cleaners to give them a bit of […]

  28. […] Feelin’ Crafty shared a great dragon wings costume tutorial. Make them now and your child can re-use them for a Halloween costume (if you celebrate that, too) or imaginative play (if you don’t). […]

  29. […] is why creating wings and an accompanying dragon sweatsuit may just break me. Can I really do this the same week […]

  30. […] wings for your children! If you have any hangers in your home that you’d like to get rid of, I’m Feelin’ Crafty has the perfect project for you. You can repurpose the hangers as part of the dragon wings and so […]

  31. […] I followed this tutorial to brand my sons’ Halloween costumes this twelvemonth together with it is brilliant! You cease upward alongside rattling sturdy, realistic looking dragon wings that fifty-fifty impressed the grown ups. Might fifty-fifty brand a swell companion gift to learn alongside the awesome swords together with daggers from MillerRhees Woodworks (above). Make it: Dragon Wings Tutorial […]

  32. […] After I had this completed I couldn’t’ help but think something was missing… WINGS!!!! As I thought this in the 11th hour.. I scrambled to find an easy to do wing tutorial. I was so happy to stumble across Feelin’ Crafty’s page! […]

  33. […] get some ideas on how to make the wings, I read this tutorial, so this is a great tutorial if you want to try a slightly different approach. But here’s […]

  34. […] Gotta love dragon wings. These are a combination of fleece and metal hangers and are easily scaled and tailored to your liking. These good looking wings are affordable and easy. Right up my alley. Tutorial […]

  35. […] found this great, detailed tutorial from Louise of I’m Feelin’ Crafty, and I was SO excited to have found such great […]

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