Indian made and yet inspired by Native American folklore, this boho style wall hanging is a beautiful blend of different cultures. Dream catchers are derived from Native American customs: members of the Ojibwe tribe were the first to create dream catchers so as to protect sleeping children from bad dreams. It is said that nightmares get caught in the hanging’s knots, which are intricately designed to look like a spider’s web. This dream catcher gets a special touch with macramé work and a center hoop that hangs and spins. Center hoop is 6.5 inches in diameter and piece is 13.5 inches wide total. Piece’s fringe is about 13.5 inches long. Dream catcher has a total length of about 32 inches.
- Macramé spinning dream catcher
- Wood hoops with knotted rope designs
- 13.5 inches wide, overall length is 32 inches
- Made with loop for easy hanging
- Crafted in India