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craft·work

 (krăft′wûrk′)
n.
Work made or done by craftspeople.

craft′work′er n.

craftwork

(ˈkrɑːftˌwɜːk)
pl n
1. (Crafts) works of artistry or craft
2. (Crafts) the practice of a craft
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Natalie Hadjigeorgiou is the doyenne behind this huge installation project, a true labour of love which has taken her 10 months of hard renovation work resulting in a hugely welcoming bright, fresh, and airy place where local crafts and food stuffs can be purchased and at the same time visitors can get up close and personal with a glass cutter, weaver, wood carver, chair and basket maker and potter as they create unique one off pieces of quality craftwork.
TUNIS (TAP) - Some 800 Tunisian craftspeople took part in the 32 nd creative craftwork exhibition which was inaugurated by Prime Minister Habib Essid, Friday at the Kram Exhibition Grounds in Tunis.
Craftwork Techniques of the Native Americans by Scott Sutton.
They enjoyed a variety of practical sessions, including making nesting boxes, potting plants, craftwork, food preparation and cooking in the cafe.
KUWAIT, March 24 (KUNA) -- An exhibition of traditional craftwork is being held on the fringes of the 25th Arab Summit, due Tuesday, where the creativity and skillfulness of Arab craftspersons can be seen through their artifacts.
She grew up in one of the local Egyptian neighbourhoods famous for craftwork.
A COMBINED exhibition of art and craftwork at Redcar's Kirkleatham Museum celebrates degrees of well-being.
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An exhibition of handicrafts and craftwork involving NGOs and governmental institutions was also held.
During the meeting, approval was given for a number of decisions to improve craftwork and performance and ensure sustainability of craft sector development programmes.
BILSTON CRAFT GALLERY, MOUNT PLEASANT, WOLVERHAMPTON: Storytelling: Once upon a time in the Midlands, craftwork inspired by folklore traditions of the Midlands, until August 24.
The invited artists participating in this exhibit all share a deep connection to the traditional craftwork of their cultures, which include Cree, Blackfoot, Sioux, Dene and Metis.