Today we’ll learn how to crochet a dream catcher. Dream catchers came to us from the Native American People. When a new baby was born, his grandmother would make him a dream catcher and hung it above the cradle. The dream catcher purpose is to give the little infant peaceful and beautiful dreams. The Native American people believed that the night is full of dreams. The good dreams know the way to the dreamer, so they go through the feathers. The bad ones, are confused and can’t find their way through the web. They are trapped there until the morning and evaporate with the rays of the rising sun.

Originally the Native American dream catcher was woven on twigs of the red willow. Today you can find dream catchers that are made from many materials. We prefer them natural as possible.

Here you can see the video that shows the whole process

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