Janice Sisk Jun 13, 2017. Only good dreams could be allowed to filter through and bad dreams would stay in the web, disappearing when the sun would come out. Share yours! Start the dreamcatcher by wrapping the hoop with suede lace.
Dreamcatchers are hoop-shaped hanging ornaments of beads and feathers made by Navajos Native North Americans. Continue wrapping the hoop with suede lace.
They are typically hung above a bed to ward off bad dreams and as a lucky charm. Follow the diagram or search for YouTube videos if the diagram isn't clear enough. I am Native American and we always went to powwows each year and made some with our tribe and it was just a fun, beautiful craft.
Refine the hoop by drawing curves to make it look like encircled by a rope. Artificial sinew, hemp cord, waxed nylon string, or silk thread all work great.
Make sure to pull the string tight to secure the web. VH Vanessa Hogue Jun 27, 2016.
Lachlan Van Vliet 3 years ago on Introduction. Loop the string around the hoop. We may just have to try this! Making a dreamcatcher is a fun project you can do by yourself or with friends. Loop beads into the web.
Finally, erase any unnecessary sketching lines and color in your drawing. Using the same technique, loop it around the string and over itself to create a hitch. After 15 minutes, take off the clips.
Choose string for the web. More success stories All success stories Hide success stories. If you believe that a dreamcatcher protects you from bad dreams, then one from the Ojibwa tribe is most suited to you. Thread beads onto the strips.