I have been making dream catchers for quite a few years now, and struggled with finding a clear tutorial with both visuals and descriptions. Now, problem solved!

I have been making dream catchers for quite a few years now, and struggled with finding a clear tutorial with both visuals and descriptions. Now, problem solved!

5. Thread the yarn through in a triangular pattern. (should be every fourth hole). I actually labeled the numbers on the dreamcatcher for my son so we could slip in a little number recognition. (Tip: Wrap a piece of masking tape around the end of the yarn to make it easier for a child to “weave”.)

Dreamcatcher Craft for Kids

5. Thread the yarn through in a triangular pattern. (should be every fourth hole). I actually labeled the numbers on the dreamcatcher for my son so we could slip in a little number recognition. (Tip: Wrap a piece of masking tape around the end of the yarn to make it easier for a child to “weave”.)

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