Making Dreamcatchers

weaving wool across willow, tassels feathers shells.

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This month Lara Small and Candy Hilton who run Saltdean Crafters taught everyone P1070961P1070965how to make a dreamcatcher. Wonderful instructors with plenty of knowledge and expertise.       A room full of happy potential dreamers.

Lara and Candy set up Small Hill Arts who spread art and craft techniques.

American Indians first created dream catchers using a small wooden hoop covered in a web of natural fibers, they added sacred objects like feathers and beads.

 

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