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Fringed Dreamcatcher

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A while ago I designed my first dreamcatcher (check it out Here). It was such a hit that I wanted to design another one, and a slightly bigger one. I am so happy with how this one turned out that I know I will create more of them in the future!

Happy hooking!

This is what you’ll need:

  • A metal ring; 15cm/5,9inch
  • Crochet hook 3mm
  • Off white 4ply cotton yarn, I used Phil Coton 3 from the French brand Phildar
  • Optional:
    • Feathers
    • Hot glue gun
    • Suede cord

Stitch abbreviations:

  • st – stitch/stitches
  • ch – chain
  • sc – single crochet
  • hdc – half double crochet
  • dc – double crochet
  • sl st – slip stitch

Cut 30 strands for creating 15 fringes of 2 strands each. Attach fringes with each 1st apart.

I added a bunch of feathers on both sides of the ring and I made two short foundation ch on both sides of the fringes and attached a bunch on both of them

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5 Comments

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    L
    14/10/2017 at 09:51

    This is very beautiful. I hope you do not sell these though as non First Nation’s/indigenous made Dreamcatchers can be seen as a form of cultural appropriation. Maybe an explanation of the significance of the dreamcatcher in indigenous culture and how it is meant to be used would be helpful.

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      Haaknerd
      16/10/2017 at 12:52

      Hi, thank you for your message. Something to think about 😉

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    Brenda R
    22/11/2018 at 22:54

    “This post starts with a photo tutorial and if you scroll further down, you’ll see the pattern without the photo’s.”

    Unfortunately, I am unable to locate the pattern without the photos. Still, I’m sure I can follow the instructions on the photos, but it takes far more storage space that way. Thank you for sharing the lovely pattern. I have an affection for Dreamcatchers.

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