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This is a one-of-a-kind quilted fabric postcard of a dreamcatcher. The Ojibwe belief is that if you hang a dreamcatcher above you when you're sleeping, it filters out the bad dreams and allows only good dreams to come through the small hole in the center and into the mind of the sleeping person. When the sun rises, the bad dreams, which have been caught in the web of the dreamcatcher, perish.
This postcard is part of a series.

This postcard was made by starting with a piece of batik fabric on fusible interfacing. I painted the dreamcatcher onto the fabric with Shiva Paintstiks. Then I "drew" onto the postcard with my sewing machine.

This postcard sends through the mail with a regular postage stamp.
Approximate size is 6" X 4".

This postcard will be sent USPS (5-7 days delivery).

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Jami Peterson-Grittner

Fabric postcard of dreamcatcher, small art

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: batik, fabric, fusible, paint, shiva paintstiks, thread, rayon thread
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Favorited by: 37 people