The person in the picture above "is holding the knife pointy-end down" and I think "pointy-end down" is an adverb.
The person in the picture above "is holding the knife pointy-end up" and "pointy-end up" is an adverb.
Now I have a toy fan that looks like this
I am not sure if the plastic tube above is called the blade of the toy fan?
The fan has a motor that spins the blade.
When the baby cries, I turn on the fan to let him stop crying. But I want to hold the fan in such a way that the blade facing away from the baby
Can I say "**hold the toy fan blade-away, not blade-face-in **" the same way we say "hold the knife pointy-end down, not pointy-end up" with "blade-away" and "blade-face-in" as adverbs?