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artisan

noun artifex, artificer, craftsman, craftworker, faber, handicraftsman, journeyman, laborer, machiner, masser craftsman, master workman, mechanic, mechanician, one engaged in a manual enterprise, one skilled in an innustrial art, one trained in a mechanic trade, operator, opifex, skilled laborer, skilled worker, technician, worker, workingman, workingwoman, workman, workwoman
Associated concepts: artisan lien
See also: practitioner
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Another top craftswoman from Hunza Gilgit Baltistan, Bibi Najaat also lauded the Lok virsa administration for their support and cooperation to the artisan of GB during the national Lok visa exhibition and providing them an opportunity to display their products.
The craftswoman, who owns the Secret Swan Boutique, specialises in making wooden creations.
The most important aspects to note about making these traditional dresses, the craftswoman said, are precision, consistency and beauty of the work.
Kirstie's Handmade Britain (Channel 4, 8pm) BONA fide queen of the handmade and all things crafty, Kirstie Allsopp returns with a brand new series that will really test her mettle as a craftswoman.
This is very clear from the fact that the picture of an Omani craftswoman while doing her work has been taken as a logo for this year's exhibition at which more that 170 talented craftsmen from 52 countries around the world will take part.
Jumana Ibrahim, is a craftswoman who makes different kinds of straw plates and baskets, wallets, bracelets and other accessories from the ears.
Kathy Dickerson, a craftswoman and folk storyteller with the Oklahoma-based Kiowa tribe, spotted the flyer on her friend's Facebook page.
Pari, a 70-year old craftswoman from Badin was honoured by Lok Virsa with "Dastarbandi/chadar poshi" during the inaugural ceremony of the festival held on 4 June 2010 and performed by Federal Minister for Culture Pir Aftab Hussain Shah Jilani.
But now Abergele craftswoman Ruth Pybus is determined to restore the fortunes of a utensil that is not just part of farming's heritage but also that of other industries, from cotton spinning and coal mining to fishing and cockle collecting.
CRAFTSWOMAN Ellie Langley, who lives at Slack House Farm in Ireshopeburn in Weardale, has made her own coffin from felt.
Charity organisations and individuals participating in the fair include the Bahrain Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Bahrain Young Ladies Association and craftswoman Fatima Abdulla Ali, who supports her family by producing felt Christmas ornaments.
It's all part of Coventry craftswoman Val Hunt's touring exhibition, Reincarnated Rubbish.