(redirected from craftworkers)


Work made or done by craftspeople.

craft′work′er n.


pl n
1. (Crafts) works of artistry or craft
2. (Crafts) the practice of a craft
References in periodicals archive ?
International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Local 1
Joining NCMA in the Charles Pankow Foundation-assisted initiative are Masonry Contractors Association of America, International Masonry Institute, International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers.
As a jewellery designer, you could produce designs for mass production, or for pieces to be made individually or in small numbers by yourself or other craftworkers.
Completed in 2006, the building is 100 percent leased to a tenant roster that includes the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers and AARP.
Less well documented were temporary inhabitants including merchants, craftworkers, warriors and other itinerants who provided goods and services that connected the area to the world of trade and warfare and the supply of goods that those activities spur.
Olivella shells recently imported from the Philippines have striking patterns and are considered prettier by modern craftworkers than Pacific coast Olivellas.
Linden will be displaying her jewellery, along with the work of other artists and craftworkers, at two open sale weekends at the studio of wildlife artist Mary Ann Rogers at West Woodburn near Otterburn on November 23-25 and December 1-2.
com TOMORROW NELSON Experience a range of rural and traditional skills with craftworkers at Llancaiach Fawr Manor from 10am to 5pm.
Delyth Gordon, Visual Art Officer, Gwynedd Council, said: "Oriel Pendeitsh, Caernarfon, is glad to support the open studios event by presenting a mixed exhibition to give a taste of the wide variety of work on view by the artists and craftworkers who are taking part across the six counties of the North Wales Open Studios Network.
30am-5pm Anyone looking for last minute Christmas gifts, might find something special in this selection of traditional and contemporary work by members of the North Wales Potters, as well as unique pieces by other craftworkers.
The Wicker Man (High St) is not to be missed with collections from over 150 craftworkers including pottery, art and musical instruments and why not pop into the Irish Linen & Gift centre (Royal Avenue) for those crystal, china and tableware gifts.