Magical Dream Catcher Frisbee by Pan Perkins

Magical Dream Catcher Frisbee

April 2013
Aran (8 wpi) ?
5 stitches and 5 rows = 1 inch
3.75 mm (F)
2.75 mm (C)
20 - 40 yards (18 - 37 m)
6" to 9"
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Grandma Perkins Magical Dream Catcher Frisbee
Dream Catcher by Night - Frisbee by Day
Yes! It’s a Two-For.
It has removable feathers so it can transform into a Frisbee that you can catch: Just like the Incredible Indoor Flying Doily.

Beat your drums and take a trip with me to Neverland.
We will head on down to Mermaid Lagoon
and over to the Indian Camp.
There we’ll find Tiger Lily,
and she can tell us all about Dream Catchers.
They are a tradition of Native Americans,
and began with the Ojibwa Nation.
They are designed to protect you while you sleep.
Good dreams pass through the holes.
But bad dreams get trapped in the web,
and eventually vanish in the morning light.
This pattern is dedicated to Caelan,
who taught Grandma all about Dream Catchers.

The Dream Catcher is a very easy pattern and will allow you to use your imagination. Just about any kind of stitch or design can be adapted to it. There are infinite patterns that could be used. Experiment with faces or animals or different shaped appliques such as hearts and stars. They could be sewn to any part of the Dream Catcher, not just the center. Just about any yarn or thread or cord (including postal or kite string) could be adapted. You can change the hook size to make it tight or loose. And with colors, anything goes. The sky’s the limit.
Create your very own Dream Catchers.
Have fun and enjoy the pattern.

Dreams do come true, if only we wish hard enough.
Now I must fly.
Second star to the right and straight on ‘til morning.