Long triple hooped dream catcher wrapped in faux suede and threaded with silver coloured beads, hung with natural feathers and pipe 'bone' beads. Each hoop is on a hung on a single thread of nylon allowing the hoops to swing independently in the breeze. Dream catchers were used as a protective charm especially for children to protect against nightmares.
Native Americans believed that all dreams, both good and bad, came from the sky at night. As the dreams floated down they would flow through the dreamcatcher where the bad dreams would get stuck and the good dreams would continue through to be enjoyed. The stuck bad dreams would stay there until morning when they would be dissolved by the first rays of sunlight.
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