A dream catcher brings love, light, and positive energy that allows only good dreams to slide down the feathers to bless while you sleep. It is also believed that it will defend you and your family from bad dreams and fight against evil spirits trying to creep into your house at night because it will get tangled in its web. The bad dreams will perish with the first light of the dawn.
Create your own by following the step-by-step process that you’ll surely enjoy and be excited about.
Your kit includes:
- Rattan hoop/wooden ring- this will serve as the frame of your finished dream catcher
- Lace fabric- use this to wrap around the hoop once done with the dream catcher weaving
- Wax chord- for weaving the web within the wooden hoop
- String or yarn- for threading the beads and tying the feathers
- Wooden beads- for decorating and adding design to your dream catcher (together with the feathers)
- Colored feathers- will serve as the ‘tails’ of your dream catcher
Interested? Join us as we dive into creating unique dreamcatchers with Faith of Tindaraga Arts and Crafts!
Session fee for the workshop is P1,850 inclusive of a kit and the materials to be used in the class
Available session date for July at our workshop space at Unit 302, 926 Pasay Road Condominium (Pamana-Languages Building), Arnaiz Avenue (Pasay Road, behind New World Hotel), Makati:
- July 21, (Saturday) 2PM to 5PM
About the Instructor
Faith is a crafter and a visual artist who works as a marketing person, junior graphic artist, web designer, and a writer at present; A wanderlust and a traveller by nature who has a passion for music and arts. Her great imagination has allowed her to dedicate her free time onto different works of art—from crocheted arts, doodles or etches, from handicrafts, to scrapbooking.Inspired by different universal patterns, she is well known for her crocheted Sacred Geometry Arts, Ojo De Dios mandalas, and textile art installations, creating different styles and concepts. Her artworks were showcased in different events and festivals in the Philippines. She believes crocheting allows us to achieve mindfulness, the state of being in which we are fully immersed in the present moment. She finds crocheting as an ideal meditative activity, leading her to that ―zen‖ state of mind, allowing the brain and the body to both rejuvenate and de-stress themselves, bringing back the positive energy through her vibrant-colored yarns and unique rhythmic stitches.
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Dreamcatcher Making | July 21, 2PM – 5PM
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