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  • noun Plural form of woodcraft.

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Examples

  • Various venuesNational Tree Week, across the UK, Saturday to 4 DecWoodland open days, woodworking, willow-weaving, woodcrafts and plenty of planting of trees in a celebration of woody goodness.

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  • About seven years ago I had a friend who did detailed woodcrafts.

    A NIFTY NEW GADGET FOR PRESSING TOFU!

  • The hobby store was very nice, selling various leather products (no, don't go there) and woodcrafts and paintings.

    September 2006

  • The hobby store was very nice, selling various leather products (no, don't go there) and woodcrafts and paintings.

    Inside Out

  • It remains the premier Hawaiian timber for furniture, cabinetry, interior work and woodcrafts.

    Chapter 8

  • His Canadian skills and woodcrafts did not translate to Africa, but he was not willing to admit that to this energetic, presumptuous young man.

    Ancestral Passions

  • His Canadian skills and woodcrafts did not translate to Africa, but he was not willing to admit that to this energetic, presumptuous young man.

    Ancestral Passions

  • It remains the premier Hawaiian timber for furniture, cabinetry, interior work and woodcrafts.

    Chapter 2

  • Historians of economic and industrial development usually neglect the tools of the woodcrafts, and when considering the toolmakers, they have reference only to the inventors and producers of machine tools.

    Woodworking Tools 1600-1900

  • When dairy farming alone became too expensive and financially unrewarding, many Amish took on sawmill work, home and barn building, and woodcrafts.

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