Translation of craftwork in Spanish:


artesanía, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkræf(t)ˌwərk/ /ˈkrɑːftwəːk/


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    artesanía feminine
    • Volunteers are involved in a wide range of activities including horticulture, craftwork and skills training.
    • The Project runs six projects including life skills, sports, cookery, creative activities and craftwork.
    • She was keenly interested in craftwork, especially embroidery.
    • Through use of her hands, Laura has shown a tremendous ability for such pursuits as art, needlework, craftwork and cookery.
    • She especially enjoyed craftwork, knitting, crochet, as well as baking.
    • These extremely productive people like to be occupied in their leisure time with pursuits such as craftwork, hiking or reading.
    • She was very interested in arts and crafts and spent hours painting and doing her craftwork.
    • She added: ‘We've been involved in craftwork for several years, but sales were mainly through local shops and craft fairs.’
    • ‘The zone where land and ocean, or land and air, meet often inspires my art and craftwork,’ Patricia said.
    • Now, an expert in both craftwork and puppetry, he has organised 200 workshops so far, and crafted at least 500 models.
    • They will also be taught about diet and nutrition, first-aid, button stitching and the usual fare of painting, craftwork and so on.
    • Gifted with her hands, she had a special flair for craftwork and found much relaxation in knitting Aran sweaters and dress-making.
    • Handiscope Centres once a week offer facilities for craftwork, recreation and companionship for people.
    • Be it painting or craftwork, the works on display depicted the acumen and perfection of the creators.
    • She was a talented dress-maker and had a natural ability when it came to craftwork.
    • Teresa was gifted with her hands and had a great flair for craftwork and cooking.
    • Gimson also sought firsthand experience in craftwork.
    • Traditional craftwork in pottery, weaving, jewelry, and drum making are also important sources of income.
    • Classic employment schemes range from medical billing to envelope stuffing and assembly or craftwork.
    • The Shambaa are mainly agriculturists who prefer tilling the land to craftwork.
  • 2

    (work produced)
    artesanía feminine
    artesanías feminine Latin America
    • Craftwork made by patchworking wheat straw requires only simple manual labour.
    • The paintings will be available from the gallery, which displays a selection of diverse art and craftwork.
    • The craftwork displayed includes popular prints, textiles, signboards and toys.
    • It is expected that a large variety of items will be available for sale, including craftwork, baking and general bric-a-brac.
    • Pick up some fine local craftwork at the Craft Fair on Sunday.
    • In line with this was the craft exhibition tent which showcased craftwork from each district in the province.
    • I recently gave a talk and demonstration on my craftwork and have decided to donate my fee to the fund.
    • Located in the Visitor Information Centre, the gallery features art and craftwork by local artists.
    • On sale will be brown bread, confectionery, gluten-free baking, wheat free foods, jams, preserves, vegetables and craftwork.
    • Nevertheless, many of the former hunter-gatherers are still reliant on subsistence farming and making craftwork for tourists.
    • The second floor is composed of two large exhibition rooms with bamboo craftwork from the past 20 to 30 years.
    • The craftwork ranged from copper work, wrought iron garden furniture, candleholders plus a host of other items.
    • There were many stalls in the car park offering craftwork, local foodstuffs, books, toys and handcrafts.
    • A beautiful display of craftwork by the ladies of Ballyconnell ICA was also there for all to view and admire.
    • There was a huge array of stalls with some magnificent craftwork and cookery on exhibition and sale.
    • Spread over five floors, the museum's collection is divided into four themed sections (fine arts, craftwork, ceramics and archaeology).
    • The patterns, supposedly the best craftwork around, interested her far less than the wooded splendor beyond.
    • All of the carbon-fiber craftwork, incidentally, is not a Porsche undertaking.
    • The villagers are welcoming and eager to sell their wonderful craftwork.
    • She realised during her trip that the price of the local craftwork was too high for international markets.