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A handicraft refers to any useful or decorative object that is made entirely by hand or by using very simple tools, requiring a great deal of skill. The term “Handicraft” applies to a number of creative design activities where the products are made only using one’s hands. The products created this way are useful, practical and aesthetically pleasing. Some of the common terms that mean the same thing as handicrafts are, “artisanry”, “handcrafting”, “crafting”, and “handicraftsmanship”. “Arts and Crafts” refer to handicrafts made by children or by hobbyists, which may not be for sale.
Some of the common handicrafts include:
Made using leather or textiles:
Bagh prints, Banner-making, Calligraphy, Canvas work, Cross-stitch, Crochet, Embroidery, Felting, Knitting, Lace-making, Embossing leather, Luce, Macrame, Millinery (hat making), Needlepoint, Quilting, Ribbon embroidery, Rug making, Saddlemaking, Sewing generally, Shoe making (cobblery), Silkscreening, Spinning (textiles), String art, Tapestry, Tatting, T-shirt art, Weaving.
Made using wood, metal, horn, glass, stone, clay or bone:
Bead work, Bone carving, Carpentry, Ceramic art generally, Chip carving, Dollhouse construction and furnishing, Doll making, Enameling and Grisaille, Fretwork, Glass etching, Glassblowing, Jewelry design, Lapidary, Lath art, Marquetry, Metalwork, Mosaics, Pottery, Puppet making, Repoussé and chasing (embossing metal), Scale modeling, Sculpture, Stained glass, Toy making, Wood burning (pyrography), Wood carving,Wood turning, Woodworking generally
Made using paper or canvas
Altered books, Artist trading cards, Assemblage – collage in three dimensions, Bookbinding, Cardmaking, Collage, Décollage, Decoupage, Embossing paper, Iris folding, Origami or paper folding, Paper craft generally, Paper making, Paper marbling, Paper modeling, paper craft or card modeling, Papier-mâché, Parchment craft, Pop-up books, Quilling or paper filigree, Rubber/acrylic stamping, Scrapbooking
Made using plants other than wood
Basket weaving, Corn dolly making, Floral design, Pressed flower craft, Straw marquetry, Balloon animals, Cake decorating, Egg decorating.
Importance of Handicrafts
Men have been making handicrafts right from the beginning of human civilization. Handicrafts have been a part of every civilization and have been practiced by several generations of men. Historically, handicrafts have been used for cultural or religious purposes, to send political message and have been very influential on societies. In historical significance, the role played by handicrafts are similar to that played by folk art.
Certainly, handicrafts exclude products that have been made by machinery or come from an assembly line. Handicrafts are designed individually, by hand. Handicrafts require a great deal of skill and patience, but with proper effort, can be learned by anyone. They are not that hard to master.
A majority of handicrafters use indigenous and natural materials for their design, while there are others who would rather use more modern, or non-traditional materials. What’s important is the quality of the artisanship displayed, rather than the material used in the making of a product.
The Arts and Crafts Movement
Handicrafts are associated with the Arts and Crafts movement that was a popular social movement in Europe, North America and Australia during the 19th century. The men and women behind this movement were filled with a rage against the alienating effect of industrial labor and the movement was in effect a revolt against the industrial revolution. The founders of the Arts and Craft movement were the inspirational William Morris and John Ruskin, who held up handicrafts as an alternative to industrial products and harkened back to easier and simpler times.
Role of Handicrafts in the Education System
Handicrafts play an important role in the education system as children are taught handcrafting at school, in order to develop their skills and creativity.
Arts and crafts projects are a part of every elementary school or middle school syllabus, all over the world. In Scandinavian countries such as Norway, Sweden and Denmark, students are taught handicrafts at a highly advanced level, and may work with metal, textile or wood.
In the United States, handicrafts are taught at vocational or technical training schools, the goal being to develop a student’s practical skills, as well as problem solving abilities, as well as to teach them the importance of working with materials that are eco friendly.
Handicraft-based arts are offered as an elective by art departments in all colleges and universities in the United States, and this is usually in addition to learning “fine arts.”
A number of community centers in the United States offer regular classes and workshops on handicraft design, for both children and adults.