Native American Dream Catcher Key Chain.
Dreamcatchers are an authentic American Indian tradition, from the Chippewa tribe. Chippewa people would tie sinew strands in a web around a small round or tear-shaped frame--in a somewhat similar pattern to how they tied webbing for their snowshoes--and hang this "dream-catcher" as a charm to protect sleeping children from nightmares. Today you see them hanging in lots of places other than a child's cradleboard or nursery, like the living room or your rearview mirror. These fancy hand crafted key chains are crafted of quality leather and is decorated with soft textured feathers. These dream catcher key chains are made using traditional knotting techniques mastered by the Chippewa tribe centuries ago. These traditional native keep sakes are great for gift bags, party favors, home decoration, and perfect for gift shops.