craftspersonship love



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  • n. The body of activities, skills, techniques, knowledge, and expertise pertinent to (a) particular craft(s).


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craftsperson +‎ -ship, on the pattern of craftsmanship.


  • And then, most importantly, all of this exceptional craftspersonship would be for naught if the performers didn't entice us to care about these characters.

    Gregory Weinkauf: Half-Blood, All Brilliant: The Sixth Harry Potter Movie Enchants and Enthralls

  • Six hours was not enough time to relish all of the beautiful craftspersonship on dispaly.


  • Pops' latest heuristic is Tocquville, whom I haven't read in a million years, but who apparently blames the lack of appreciation for craftspersonship on democracy.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • Second, I don't think an aristocracy is a necessary condition for the appreciation and expression of craftspersonship, in part because I don't think craft is necessarily exorbitantly expensive.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • The drinking games guide was a big hit–so woot for that, and for Kristin’s medieval craftspersonship with the hard copy of the guides.

    BEACon Report | Goblin Mercantile Exchange


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