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This authentic Navajo dreamcatcher measures 12" in diameter. The unique piece was handcrafted and completely wrapped in leather with prayer feathers on leather fringe. The center of the hoop features bone hair pipe beads and feather, a fringed deer skin leather medicine bag, and a large leather wrapped bar turkey prayer feather. Don't miss your change to win it this month!

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April — Isabel M., NY
May — Linda G., PA
June — Alexandria S., CA
July — Maureen M., CO
August — Edward J., MO
September — COULD BE YOU!

At Partnership With Native Americans®, our dream — the dream we work passionately towards every day — is for stronger, self-sufficient Native American communities. You can help us make this dream a reality, and enter to win an authentic American Indian dreamcatcher crafted and lovingly hand-made by a Native American artist whose tribe we support.

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Dreamcatcher story from Wikipedia

The Ojibwe believe that a dreamcatcher changes a person's dreams. According to Konrad J. Kaweczynski, "Only good dreams would be allowed to filter through… Bad dreams would stay in the net, disappearing with the light of day." Good dreams would pass through and slide down the feathers to the sleeper.

Another explanation of Lakota origin, "Nightmares pass through the holes and out of the window. The good dreams are trapped in the web, and then slide down the feathers to the sleeping person."