American Indian crafts | Dreamcatcher
Hand made original Navajo Dreamcatcher, with tied an arrowhead in flint (symbolizing the right direction).
The story of the Dreamcatcher is one of the most beautiful in mythology.
A Dreamcatcher was usually placed above an infant’s cradleboard. The web of the Dreamcatcher would filter all dreams and let only the good ones through the open circle.
The Dreamcatcher was kept throughout life and its power enhanced with fetishes and personal belongings.