The Ojibweg believe that making a dream catcher yourself and putting it up against the bed is nasty dreams. For centuries, parents have been making dream catchers to hang over their children's cots or cribs. It is assumed that the sky is soaked with dreams, good dreams, but also bad dreams. During the night the bad dreams get caught in the web and according to tradition they slide off in the morning and dry up in the morning sun. Good dreams can find their way unhindered into the center of the dream catcher and thus enter the life of the dreamer.
Handmade macramé dream catcher. The dream catcher catches the bad dreams and lets the good dreams through. That way you sleep better.
Can also be used as a wall hanger.
The diameter of the circle is 25 cm. Length of the dream catcher is 75 cm. The lining of the circle and the macramé strings are made of 100% cotton.
This dream catcher is made from cotton macramé rope.
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#Macramé dream catcher, #Macrame wall hanging, #Bukuri home decor, #wall decor
|high quality cotton cord|
|The diameter of the circle is 25 cm|
|30 cm high 75 cm wide|
Macramé dream catcher Hazan
- Brand: Macramey
- Delivery time 3-5 werkdagen
- Availability: In Stock