In some native American cultures dream catchers are very important for protection, traditionally they would be placed above a crib or cott, a handmade willow hoop from either net or web. Sacred items would often be used to cover the dream catchers such as beads and feathers. Dream catchers are to this day still used for protection particularly for those who have bad dreams.
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