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CRAFTILES
Personal Research — Fall 2021
A rising number of indigenous crafts worldwide are now in danger of becoming extinct or endangered, largely as a result of their time-consuming nature, and fewer craftspeople who possess these specialized skills.

In Britain, a Red List issued by the Heritage Crafts Association notes the number of critically endangered crafts there biannually, from scissor making in Sheffield to  watchmaking in London. The number has more than doubled since 2007.
As a campaign, Carftiles was established in 2021 and is committed to inheriting and protecting the precarious traditional handicraft industry.