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craftsman

1. a member of a skilled trade; someone who practises a craft; artisan
2. an artist skilled in the techniques of an art or craft
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The Palm Line collection came into being when he realised how traditional Emirati craftswomen have used the dry leaves of palm trees to create handwoven objects, such as colourful mats to serve food on the floor.
With regard to enhancing the participation of Omani women in training programs and artisanal production in the various fields of craft industries Sheikha Tamima al- Mahrouqiyah said that PACI is keen to provide full craft support and to enable all craftswomen to take advantage of craft training and production opportunities.
This year, however, it was the first time that two craftswomen, who were selected via a tender in a skilled crafts and trades magazine, had the chance to participate in the rallye.
New Delhi, Mar 25 (ANI): With a view to promoting women weavers and entrepreneurs, an exhibition displaying creations of craftswomen was organized at the American Centre here on Wednesday.
AaAaAa On this occasion, Princess Lalla Meryem inaugurated an exhibition of the Moroccan craftswomen network (REFAM Dar Maalma).
IFASSEN employs 21 craftswomen in the making of fashion accessories.
She's joined a group of stamp-loving craftswomen who stamp cards--and stamp out murder.
The WAVE program employs craftsmen and craftswomen who might otherwise be out of work in the current economy.
The scheme, part funded by Irish Aid, now plans to teach African craftswomen how to trade internationally.
Ms Venturini Fendi met these women when she was invited to participate in a project for improving the skills--not of craftswomen, but of beekeepers.
Five rooms will be devoted to the day-long programme, including women's history, pop-aerobics, film screenings, art activities and stalls from campaigns and craftswomen.
She told a group of craftswomen that she was "proud" of their work, and patted children on the head.