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Fashion Wheel

Fashion Wheel was a strange game for girls and was a type of drawing game, in a similar fashion (excuse the pun) as Flip And Fold Fashions. The main part was round and you placed a piece of paper under a clip and used a roller pencil/crayon and it printed a lady dressed in different clothes.

Fashion Wheel taught children different combinations of fashion in different colours and I'm sure it was responsible for many a child growing up to be a fashion designer.

To begin 'designing' with the fashion will you first had to rotate the outside circle to choose your bottom half, then the next circle to pick your top and the inner circle to choose the head. A plastic frame held the circles in place so you could create a kind of 'brass rubbing' of your design using the included crayons and pencils.


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Fashion Wheel Last post by remember
27 January 2009
Fashion Wheel Last post by remember
08 May 2008

Do You Remember Fashion Wheel?

Do You Remember Fashion Wheel?

  • Anonymous user
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    i loved this where can i buy one
  • Anonymous user
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    I had a fashion wheel, I absolutely loved it! When I look back at all the toys I used to have I wonder what I did with them all!
  • Anonymous user
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    I always wanted one of these when I was little - but I never got one BOO HOO. I remember being in the dinner queue at school once, with Chrismas just around the corner. One of the teachers was behind me and asked what I wanted for Christmas - and I told him, a Fashion Wheel. I don't think he had a clue what it was, LOL.
  • Anonymous user
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    i loved the fashion wheel i remeber my older sisters having one but i used to sneakily go on it when they werent around!!!
  • Anonymous user
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    i absolutely loved my fashion wheel- soooo much fun!!
  • Anonymous user
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    first you selected the bottom half of your model, then you turned the wheel to select the top and then the head. you lowered the arm bit once the paper was in place then with the provided black crayon type thing you did like a bark rubbing over the design. also included was some little pencils and some fairly blunt childrens scissors. i wish id kept mine i bet the 'fashions' would really make me laugh now!...... never mind...