Historians aren’t sure where the triquetra first appeared, but this mystical symbol of sacred geometry has been used by communities around the world to represent:
Land, Sea, Sky
Mind, Body, Soul
Maiden, Mother, Crone
Father, Son, Holy Ghost
I handmade this dreamcatcher, which measures 12″ wide and 8″ in length.
My husband twisted 20 gauge wire into the triquetra shape, which I then wrapped with green and white embroidery floss onto.
The three webs were woven out of white nylon cord.
The peacock feather hanging in the center is cruelty-free and was ethically sourced from a friend’s family farm, while the glass heart pendant was gifted to me from my great-grandmother to be used in my art.
Rosewood wooden beads adorn the tips of this dreamcatcher’s three petals.