craftwork

[kraft-wurk, krahft-]
noun
1.
work that requires special skill or artistry, especially a handicraft.
2.
a piece of such work.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English. See craft, work

craftworker, noun
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Also on hand will be several authors and artists who will be signing books and showing their art and craftwork.
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