Many people make crafts as a hobby, as do many craftsmen. I’m making a distinction here between crafts, as in “arts and crafts” and craftsmanship, as in building or making things out of wood or stone or bricks or metal…
Anyway, many people do these things as a hobby, and that is wonderful. Yet for many it is more than a hobby, for it becomes an expression of their relationship with God. Surely you have seen the results of this from time-to-time when their creations inspire you or bring about a better understanding of a Biblical truth.
The Amish are famous for their furniture, which is solid and plain, highly functional and yet unassuming. Such pieces are the very expression of frugality and simplicity
You also might have seen buildings that inspire, that demonstrate people using their creative gifts and imagination in a way that give glory to God. God made us in His image and likeness, every part of our beings is made in His image. One attribute that God has, that humans also have and that animals do not have as such, is creativity, another is imagination and the ability to bring it into reality. So, when we intentionally use our imagination and creativity in a way that brings glory to Him, we are engaging in a spiritual practice, not just a hobby or a profession: It is an expression of our relationship with Him and draws us closer to Him.
Have you intentionally looked for such expressions? If not, you might try it some time. I would suggest that you might be surprised at what you see.