Dreamcatcher, hand crafted of wood, leather, pheasant feathers and glass beads by Christine Roy (Anishinabe). Three inch diameter. Bead and feather colors vary. In Ojibwe tradition, dream catchers are placed above a sleeping child. Bad dreams become entangled in the web, where they evaporate with the rising sun's warm rays. Good dreams slip easily through the hole in the center of the web.