In many Native American tribes, a dream catcher is a handmade willow hoop woven to a web or literally, a net for catching dreams. A dream catcher also includes such features as feathers and beads.
Dream catchers are traditionally suspended on cradles as a form of armor and protection for children - to catch bad dreams. The web absorbs terrible dreams at night and dischages them during the day. The feathers act like ladders allowing good dreams to descend on the infant or adult who is sleeping.
The Dreamcatcher kit includes everything you need to make a dreamcatcher. It is great beginner weaving project.
Kit includes: hoop, cording, beads, feathers and instructions.
As someone of Metis descent, I am honoured to present this kit in hopes that it will spark interest and create an opportunity for further learning about Indigenous culture and practices. The components may not be very traditional but it's a place to start.