First Nations Dream Catchers

  Made in Canada

According to First Nations legend, it is said that the night air is filled with both good and bad dreams. The Ojibwe Spider Woman known as Asibikaashi protected the people of the land from the bad dreams with spider webs and charms. First Nation communities continue this tradition today with dream catchers woven by hand and adorned with sacred feathers and stones. Bad dreams become entangled in the webs where they are held until they are destroyed by the first light of morning.

Our dream catchers are individually handcrafted by members of the Mohawk Tyendinaga Territory in Ontario. The leather, deerskin & feathers used are provided by local First Nations hunters. Each dream catcher is individually handcrafted by the artist and may not be exactly as shown.