Dreamcatchers are original from the Ojibwe Native American people and they are still hanged upon sleeping babies to catch bad dreams and let good dreams pass through.
They include feathers, usually of owl or eagle, to symbolize wisdom and courage.
The ani ata motif in the center represents family while the four shark teeth symbolizes the four directions.
Inside the feathers there are waves and a fish hook, for changes and prosperity.
Requested by Beatrice.