Crochet Dream Catcher with Pom Poms, Indonesia

Your Cost$ 82.00

Dream catchers originated from the Ojibwe tribe, who originally made them to protect sleeping children from nightmares. The woven netting was said to resemble a spider’s web, and bad dreams would get caught in the net like a fly in a spider trap.

Made with pomp poms, beads, and bells, this dream catcher is a unique cross cultural item, inspired by Native American traditions while crafted in Bali, Indonesia. Crochet net and hoop measures 6 inches in diameter and cacher has a total length of 27 inches when hung. Choose from three different colored designs: pink, black, and white. 

  • Crochet dream catcher
  • Features pom poms, metal bells and beads
  • Crocheted hoop is 6 inches in diameter
  • Catcher hangs 27 inches long total
  • Choose from 3 different colors
  • Made in Bali, Indonesia

Beauty isn't perfect, it's authentic. This piece is artistically created by hand where beauty and imperfections go together wonderfully. Please accept and appreciate minor imperfections and variations which are true characteristic of this craft.

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