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a worker who has special skill and training, especially one who makes things
someone who carves objects from stone or wood
a traditional skill of making things by hand, for example furniture or jewellery
something produced skilfully by hand, for example a plate or a piece of furniture
a man who makes beautiful or practical objects using his hands
the skill involved in making something beautiful or practical using your hands
someone who makes beautiful or practical objects using their hands
a woman who makes beautiful or practical objects using her hands
an activity in which people make beautiful objects using their hands
beautiful objects made by people using their hands
an American spelling of modelling
the activity of making models of objects such as vehicles or buildings
someone whose job is to cut stone for building or decoration
someone whose job is to make animal skins into leather
a pattern on a sandy beach, made as a form of natural art …
a game played by several people on a board shaped like a star. Each player tries to be the first...
a symbol named after King Adinkra, used in West Africa in fabric and on other items
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