The power of knot Magick wrapped up in this hanging charm! According to some Native American cultures hanging a dreamcatcher (or sacred hoop) is said to dispel negative dreams, by catching them in the web and then to dissipate in the rays of the morning sun. Good dreams however slide down the feathers to the sleeping person below.
A symbol of protection, the Ojibwa tribe honoured a maternal “Spider Woman” who was a spiritual protector for children and babies. As the tribe grew in size and dispersed across the land this mystical spirit could not protect or watch over all the members. So she created the first dreamcatcher, with mothers and grandmothers following suit creating their own in order to protect their families.
Bring me all of your dreams,
Bring me all of your
That I may wrap them
In a blue-cloud cloth
Away from the too-rough fingers
Of the world.
Use to keep away bad dreams and allow a restful night, or perhaps decorate your home with this Native American inspired piece.
Gemstone: Each one comes with a turquoise bead to the centre and dinky gemstone at the feather attachment (colours and type may vary and will be sent randomly)
Large: The main centre knotwork piece measures approximately 7.5cm, with four smaller knotwork pieces descending below. Feathers and beads accent the piece. Total length from hanging loop to bottom is around 45cm.
White Crescent Moon: A celestial style dreamcatcher shaped like a crescent moon and features white feathers and copper bead, tassel and star accents Measures approximately H50cm x W19cm x D1cm