Easy Yarn Dream Catcher

Easy Yarn Dream CatcherMy oldest son has been asking for a dream catcher for quite a while.  So I decided to make him one with items I already had.  If this keeps him from coming in to my room at 3 A.M. I will be very happy.  It doesn’t happen often, but man, I really don’t like getting up at 3 A.M.

Dream catcher made from yarn and embroidery ringJust grab one embroidery hoop, some yarn and scissors.  I enjoy yarn.  Especially when it comes with a few colors in it.  I don’t know why that makes me so happy.  Maybe I feel like I’m getting a rad deal.  But this one certainly got me because of the black and white combo.

easy-yarn-knot-for-dream-catcherCan I really even call this a knot?  Just loop a piece of string, and pull the ends back through.  Then just pull it snug.

Easy Peace Sign Yarn Dream CatcherI liked how it looked with the yarn just hanging off the bottom of the hoop but decided to add the peace sign.

Ninja's Bedroom with Dream CatcherI couldn’t wait to show my son when he got home from school.  He loved it.  And then promptly moved on to his swords.

Bats like dream catcher's tooAnd just so you know, bats like peace sign dream catchers too.



  1. I love that striped yarn. So cute!

  2. Dream catchers are such an easy activity for the kids to do too. My daughter just did one in school with a Halloween theme… it has spiders in it. So cute.

  3. My daughter loves dream catchers! This might be a perfect craft for her to do on one of these upcoming snowy days.

  4. This is adorbs!

  5. Simple and awesome…what more does a little guy want?!?! Great job.

  6. i love these! i’ve been wanting to make something for over our bed. these would be so pretty on either side of a wedding pic!

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