Dreamcatcher Island made
Handmade, Local Artist.
Each Dreamcatcher comes attached with a tiny scroll containing the dreamcatcher legend.
6 in stock
The Dream Catcher Legend The Ojibwa believe that the night is full of both good and bad dreams. The dreamcatcher, when hung, moves freely about in the night air and catches dreams as they float by. The good dreams, knowing their way, easily slip through the opening in the center, absorbing the protection from the stones and beads, and gently slide down the feather onto the dreamer. The Bad dreams, being wayward and not knowing the way, become entangled in the web and are destroyed by the first light of the new day.