Crocheted Dreamcatcher


Introduction: Crocheted Dreamcatcher

Crocheted dreamcatcher

Step 1:

You will need yarn of choice, size F crochet hook, wooden ring choice of size, not on picture feathers and beads of choice.

Step 2:

Make a slip stitch and put on hook and attach to hoop with single crochet

Step 3:

Chain 8 and single crochet around hoop. Keep doing chain 8 and single crochet around hoop until you get the hoop full.

Step 4:

Next row you will chain 7 then single crochet in each loop working from outside of circle working toward center of circle. Next row will be chain 6 then single crochet in each loop. Keep working toward center until your circle closes in. I ended up with chaining 2 and single crochet in each loop. Yours may be different depending on size of hoop. Once complete cut and tie off yarn and weave ends in.

Step 5:

I then took yarn and cut 4 pieces, fold yarn and put around hoop at different places on bottom, string on beads of choice and tie feathers of choice on bottom of dream catcher. then tie a loop of yarn on top to use as hanger.

Step 6:



    • BBQ Showdown Challenge

      BBQ Showdown Challenge
    • Backpack Challenge

      Backpack Challenge
    • Stick It! Contest

      Stick It! Contest

    6 Discussions

    I want to try this. I have made many dream catchers but never crocheted one. Is there a way to crochet a bead in about half way through?

    2 replies

    This is the first one I have ever made. I would have to play and figure it out. You would have to cut to string bead. Would be easier to take a needle and thread and sew bead on.

    I put a bead on the thread before I started. I'm pulling the thread through till I'm at the spot where I want the bead. I will let you know if that worked & post pics when I'm done.

    Cool! Could you be a little more detailed with the steps? Thanks, Momoluv

    1 reply

    thanks for your feedback. I will try and rewrite directions for you.

    Very nice! The finished dreamcatcher looks great.

    Thanks for sharing how you made this, and welcome to instructables! :)