A confectioner is someone who makes and sells candies and sweets. A chocolatier is someone who specifically makes and sells chocolate.
A chocolatier or simply a chocolate maker. Technically it depends whether the person is making chocolate (that person is a chocolate maker) or if he is making candies from chocolate (that person is a chocolatier).
chocolateologist? A person who makes it is a Chocolatier. If that peep just said it makes stuff choclotier, well I would agree! more chocolate just makes it better.
They call it "candy kisses" because when they make the chocolate kisses the chocolate makes a kissing noise.
A person who makes instruments!
A person who makes maps is a cartographer.
You call the person a Tanner or Leatherworker.
You might call a person who makes burgers a "hamburger cook," "cook," or "grill chef."
laxatives get some at a drugstore
A person who makes ceramics is called a ceramist.
A person who makes cart wheels is a wheelwright.
I would call such a person a locksmith.
We can call them as Boat Builders.
The person who makes a will (or 'testament') is a testator.
A nice person.
A cooper is a person who makes barrels.
An event planner is a person who makes invitations to a given event.
A person who makes leather is called a Tanner.
A person who makes or sells spectacles is... an Optician.
you call them a graphic designer
A person who makes and or sets up traps is called a hunter. (in my opinion)
You could call the person a clown if it is done as something funny.
a freakin' genius!
A potter A potter
Erm, A poet?
dressmaker or seamstress.
A headstone maker
They are the claimant
Jaminator or Marmateer
A person who makes food is a chef, a baker, or a cook.
A person who makes 'celli, or 'cellos is called a luthier.
A person who makes saddles would be called a Saddler.
A person who makes watches is called a watch maker. They can not only make but repair watches as well.
A person who makes syrup is called a sugar maker.
A cook makes pickles. There is no specific term for a "pickle maker."
I would call them a fallible person - as almost all of us are.
supplicant, customer, employer.
A bat maker.
The basic answer is a textile worker
Either a confectioner or a chocolatier.