In Native American cultures, dream catchers are a sacred item and protect you when hung at your bed. The shape of the dreamcatcher is a circle because it represents the circle of life and how forces like the sun and moon travel each day and night across the sky. The dream catcher web catches the bad dreams during the night and dispose of them when the day comes. This modern interpretation can match any decor using color and texture.
The first half of the class you will learn how to make Yarn Feathers and Yarn Pom Poms. With these handmade feathers and pom poms, you will craft a dream catcher on a 6” wood hoop. A variety of additional craft supplies will be available from colorful yarns, feathers, beads and more.
Recommended for ages 10+. This is a fun class for a girls night out or to craft with your daughter. Pre-registration is recommended as we are limited to 12 seats for this workshop. Walk-ins available based on seats available.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
This is an in-house workshop instructed by Claudia Milroy, owner of the Studio and maker of art and craft projects. Her professional background is in architecture and graphic design but she has always enjoyed making art and crafting projects from an early age. As owner of the Studio, her goals are to bring art and crafts to our community in Penn Yan, to provide a safe and fun place for all ages, and inspire makers to create and find their passions through hands-on actives and experiences.