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  • v. Present participle of handmake.


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  • - Urban Casita posted about Haitian art and will be handmaking aprons to donate to the auction

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  • She had a business sewing gowns and handmaking veils, as well as making wedding cakes.

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  • The handmaking in question is my grandmother's, both dolls and clothing; that's also one of her watercolors on the wall above the bookcase.

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  • The fourth course, Achievement Farrier, introduces advanced techniques and covers handmaking fourteen shoe types.

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  • But as regular visitors to the museum know, craft - as in the skillful handmaking of objects that might be decorative, functional or both - never really left the building.

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  • We all visited the umbrella factory where people were handmaking traditional Burmese umbrellas with bamboo frames and cotton. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • For pure nostalgia and a taste of Cornwall before it got so cool, try old-school Jelbert's Ices in Newlyn, who have been handmaking vanilla ice-cream (no other flavours!) on these premises for over 50 years.


  • We sampled a few of the bluff oysters that will be on the menu and saw the master handmaking ramen for the occassion.

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  • We are handmaking each individual CD because we believe in the

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  • And he is meeting with principals of the New Bethlehem, Mahoning and Hawthorne elementary schools to have their students get into the effort by handmaking the greetings.

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