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Horse hair from the mane is thrown onto the pottery while it is still very hot during the firing process. The hair burns when it touches the hot pottery, leaving a carbon stain cooked into the pottery. This makes each piece one-of-a-kind with its own unique, beautiful pattern.
Dreams have always had many meaning to Native Americans. One of the old Ojibwa traditions was to have a dream catcher in the home. The Ojibwas believe the night air is filled with dreams, both bad and good. The dream catcher when hung moves freely in the air and catches the dreams as they float by. The good dreams know the way and slip through the center hole. They slide off the soft feather so gently that many times the sleeper doesn’t know he’s dreaming. The bad dreams, not knowing the way, get entangled in the webbing and perish with the first light of the new day. Hang this in your lodge or home and have happy dreams.