You see dream catchers in all shapes and sizes, incorporating different materials – in traditional North American culture the woven “web” was intended to catch bad dreams, whilst the hole in the middle would let sweet dreams through. I’m not sure my embroidered version would function entirely effectively in this respect, but it does look very pretty and I haven’t seen another embroidered version online at all.
The dream catcher is mounted in a 6” hoop which I’ve painted with white chalk paint and the largest feather is 3 ½” long.
Please note, this listing is for the pattern to make your own dream catcher, not the finished item. This is a digital pattern and you will not receive anything in the post. It will be available as an instant download as soon as payment has been processed.
Absolutely love this pattern! Obviously, I altered the colors to coordinate with my sister’s nursery, and I was so pleased with the outcome. I consider myself a novice stitcher, and out of the 5-6 pieces I have completed, 3 of them have been from this shop. I love all their work, but this is my favorite yet!
4 days ago by bbybluz31
This will make a great gift! Love E patterns!
Apr 18, 2017 by Judith Davis
Lovely pattern very clear instructions can't wait to make it x
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