In Native American culture, dream catchers are handmade crafts that consist of a round hoop (often made of willow wood) woven with a loose web of yarn and decorated with beads and feathers hanging below the hoop. Dream catchers were hung above the beds of sleeping children to protect them from bad dreams and evil spirits. (by wonderopolis)
Dream catchers got their start in the Ojibwa (Chippewa). Today, they often serve as a symbol of Native American culture in general.
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