A patchwork quilt . . . a handmade mandolin . . . a rag doll . . . a wooden chair—all these things are examples of folk arts and crafts. They are useful objects that are also beautiful. Learn about various kinds of folk art, including:• furniture • toys • religious objects • musical instruments • quilts, clothes, and other fabric arts. In folk traditions, art is a part of everyday life. And people still enjoy folk art today.
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