Explore traditional Native American charm String together peaceful dream catchers with Korean artist Young-Ran Lee. Each of the 26 projects features a distinctive look and part of the fun is you can find your supplies and materials by just walking through nature. From the beach to the woods, or just your backyard- use shells, leaves, and more for a one-of-a-kind look. Plus, try your hand at crocheting and weaving with more traditional materials like yarn and string for a finished, modern interpretation. Learn about the origins of dream catchers, comprehensive how-to instructions, and enjoy stunning, ethereal photography on each page.- Make the most of your materials Each dream catcher features a unique look from shells, driftwood, seaglass, yarn, beads, feathers, and much more- Step-by-step instructions include gorgeous nature photography - Practice a variety of techniques like crochet, weaving, macram , and more.
About the Author
Young-Ran Lee began making dream catchers for her son and daughter. After receiving interest from her friends and family, she began selling her creations at River Market, Korea's largest free market. She lives in South Korea and you can find her on Instagram @mari_atelier_. blog.naver.com/smyrsh