Recent Examples of craftswoman from the Web
All of the collection’s brightly colored reed bags are handmade by craftswomen in Portugal and are decorated with porcelain talisman charms that are also handmade in Galicia, Spain, where Alvarez is from originally.
Elly was a proficient sewing craftswoman during her adult life.
It was made for this house and inset with jeweled touches by a Michigan craftswoman.
Suzanna Senda, 87, a craftswoman who made elaborate gingerbread houses and decorative baskets, died May 11 at a health care center in Derwood, Md.
The Rolex award funded the Pride and Enterprise mobile resource center, a bus that helped connect craftswomen across Kutch to share embroidery techniques and styles.
Suzanna Senda, 87, a craftswoman who made elaborate gingerbread houses and decorative baskets, died May 11 at a health-care center in Derwood, Md.
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CRAFTSWOMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of craftswoman for English Language Learners
: a woman who makes beautiful objects by hand
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