Making a Dreamcatcher

Here is an easy to make, beaded dreamcacher.




  1. Thread yarn through needle, placing it halfway between the ends.
  2. Tie the 2 ends of yarn together so you have a double strand of yarn.
  3. Use a slipknot to tie the knotted end of the yarn to the hoop. (Don't worry about the stray end of the knot - it'll be taken care of at the end.)
  4. Thread 3-4 beads, pull yarn tight, and knot on the opposite side of the hoop.
  5. Repeat step 3 ten times, or until the dreamcatcher's web pattern is pleasing to you.
  6. Do NOT cut the yarn after the final knot!
  7. Wrap the remaining yarn around the hoop until it is covered.
  8. Knot securely, then knot again 2 - 6 inches from the final knot. Cut off ends and hang your dream catcher over your bed to catch your dreams!

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Add a nice decor touch to you room/home with a custom dreamcatcher. Don't have an embroidery hoop on hand? No problem, you can use plant wire or any sturdy gauge wire and then hand form the wire into a circular shape.

Dreamcatcher with Wooden Beads - dream catcher hanging against a brick wall

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December 10, 2015

This is a page about making a paper plate dream catcher. Native American dream catchers are created using a circular frame, with webbing in the middle.


It is then adorned with feathers and beads. It is a craft, regularly made by non-native people, for use as a decoration.

Making a Paper Plate Dream Catcher

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March 27, 2020

Use yarn and recycled cardboard to make a decorative dreamcatcher to hang over your bed. These are easily customized and make a great gift.

Recycled Cardboard Ring and Yarn Dreamcatcher - hanging dreamcatcher

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