These handcrafted dream catchers have been made using naturally dyed cloth and vintage treasures. They are influenced by the Native American belief that the night air is filled with dreams, both good and bad. When a dream catcher is hung above the bed in a place where the morning sunlight hits, it attracts and catches a multitude of dreams and thoughts in its web.
Across the second weekend in December 2018 I showcased the large family of dream catchers I’ve been slowly developing over the past year at the Weihnachtsrodeo Designmarkt at Kühlhaus, Berlin.
Using recycled cloth, in part old costumes from Die Deutsche Oper each dream catcher was hand dyed using natural elements such as sunflower and carnation petals, blueberries, red cabbage plus much more from the kitchen!
Below are some happy snaps from the weekend once I was all set up and ready to mingle with the guests who came by through the beautiful rustic, indoor space.