Dream Catcher


Stitch abbreviations:

  • ch (chain stitch or stitches)
  • sl st (slip stitch)
  • sc (single crochet)
  • dc (double crochet)
  • dc (double crochet)
  • st (stitch or stitches)

This is what you’ll need:

  • Metal ring; 13cm or 5,1 inch
  • Cotton yarn. I used a French brand called Phildar; Phil Coton 3, color 255 (ecru)
  • Crochet hook 3mm and 4mm
  • Feathers; I choose two colors of rooster feathers
  • Suede cord (color sand)
  • Embroidery needle (to weave in end)
  • Hot glue gun

Begin with your 3mm hook

1: Start with a magic ring and ch311dc in ring, close with sl st2: ch4 and 1dc in the next st

ch1 * 1dc in the next st, ch1 * repeat to end, close with sl st in 3rd ch3: sl st in first ch space, ch3 and 2dc in same spot

ch1,  3dc in next ch space, ch1 * repeat to end, close with sl st4: sl st to ch space, ch3 , 1dc in same spot and ch3. * 2dc in next ch space, ch3 * repeat to end, sl st5: sl st in ch space, ch3, 1dc, ch1 and 2dc; all in the same spot and ch2, * in the next ch space; 2dc, ch1, 2dc, ch2 * repeat, sl st6: sl st in last ch space (the one on the right)7dc in the next ch space, sl st in next ch space 7dc in next ch space, sl st into next ch space * repeat throughout7: sl st to the middle11sc around the metal ring, 1sc in the next middle and also around the ring10sc around the ring, 1sc in the next middle and also the ring. Keep doing this till the end, close with sl st and weave in end.Now use your 4mm hook

Cut a piece of yarn in 90cm/36inch and slipknot in middle of the yarn, to work with double threat. Insert hook at the bottom of the dream catcher and sc one time. ch25 and fasten off. Leave the tail for adding feathers.

Repeat this twice, but 1 with ch20 and the other with ch15.

Then add the suede cord.

The last step is to add feathers with the hot glue. Wind the tail around the feathers tightly after adding the glue. I used 2 feathers, both in a different color, on each end.

There are many ways to decorate your dream catcher, these 2 are my favorite options!

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  • Reply
    03/04/2017 at 02:03

    Thank you I cannot wait to make it.

    • Reply
      03/04/2017 at 11:50

      You’re very welcome! I would love to see it when you’re done 🙂

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    Kathleen M. Brune
    03/04/2017 at 06:05

    I love your Dream Catcher pattern — I’m definitely going to try this one out. Thank you for sharing!

    • Reply
      03/04/2017 at 11:49

      I’m happy that you like it. I would love to see yours once you’re done 🙂

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    Sandra Elliott
    03/04/2017 at 13:28

    I love this. thank you for sharing

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    04/04/2017 at 21:37

    Very nice. I want to make this too. Nancy in CA

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    16/07/2018 at 19:23

    I always wanted to make a dream catcher like this.. Thank you for pattern. You are very talented. Have a wonderful day!

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    Lori oliva
    02/09/2018 at 02:45

    Hi. Love this. I’m f I wanted to keep going to make it bigger, which rounds would I repeat%? Thank you! I’m making this for my moms new home!

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      02/09/2018 at 07:06

      Hi Lori, I would suggest to keep repeating the last row and maybe add and extra ch. How big do you want to make it?

      • Lori Oliva
        02/09/2018 at 20:20

        I have a 10” hoop. Thank you for answering!!!

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