According to some American Indian traditions, dream catchers have mystical and magical powers to capture and hold bad dreams to keep them from returning, and feathered fringes to help the good dreams drift back into our minds. In this class, participants will learn how to turn recycled fabrics and wooden embroidery hoops into beautiful dream catchers. These dream catchers are inspired by, but are very different from traditional dream catchers. 

Materials List: Doily for the center (pick a special one), a medium to large size pair of wood embroidery hoops, old lace, crochet table cloths, light weight fabrics, toulle, approximately 16 yards of chunky yarn and a bag of feathers. These items can be all different colors, or stay within one subtle color. You will also need some good crafting glue and a pair of scissors.