A handmade dreamcatcher consists of a round hoop woven with a loose web of yarn and decorated with beads and feathers hanging below the hoop.
In Native-American culture, dreamcatchers were hung above the bed for sleeping children to protect them from bad dreams and evil spirits. Today, it has become a nice decorative piece you can hang like a charm at home.
In this private 2.5-hour workshop, you will learn a beautiful two-layered dreamcatcher with wrapping, tricks to make tight webbing, an easy way to add beads and feathers. Classes are for ladies only.
All materials will be provided
All sessions are valid for 30 days upon booking
12 and older
At the Instructor's Home Studio:
Al Masaood Tower, Meena Road