Native American ancestors believe the night air is filled with good and bad dreams. The story of the Dreamcatcher says that it attracts the good dreams while catching any bad dreams in the centre web. The good dreams float down the feathers into the dreamer while the bad dreams are held in the web and disappear at first light.
Join Sheila Roussel in this fun, experimental workshop to design and make your own Dreamcatcher. Learn to weave the willow frame, the centre web and how to and use an array of yarns, beads and feathers to embellish your own Dreamcatcher design.
Suitable for adults and children over 10 years who must be accompanied by a participating adult.
All materials included and refreshments provided.
We have a range of volunteering opportunities on offer. For as little as a couple of hours you could help out with the remnant shop, show visitors around or take sales from the gift shop, we would love to welcome you onboard!