Dream Catcher Crafting

Dream Catcher Crafting


In Native American cultures, dream catchers are a sacred item and protect children when hung at their 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.

The first half of the class children will learn how to make Yarn Feathers and Yarn Pom Poms. With these handmade feathers and pom poms, children will craft their own dream catcher on a 6” wood hoop. A variety of additional craft supplies will be available from colorful yarns, feathers, beads and more.  

This class begins at 9:00am, you can add the next scheduled class (Bracelet Making) for a morning of fun! If parents choose to drop off their child, please come 10 mins early to complete a waiver and emergency contact form. This option is available for children 6 years and older. Parents are more than welcome to stay for the duration of the class, seating available along the side lines.

Recommended for ages 4+. Pre-registration is recommended as we are limited to 10 seats for this workshop. Walk-ins available based on seats available. 

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