A craftsman is typically his own worst critic, that is the way it should be.
Kitchen work at that time was considered menial labour; perhaps if a cook became skilled enough he might be called a craftsman, but he would never be valued for his contribution in the same way as a lawyer or an architect is.
If you know that, and contract a goblin craftsman, you should probably expect to abide by that concept.
Now, the woods are gone; the craftsman is gone, and when a farmer today is face to face with the problem of building a new house, that house will cost him as much as if it were built in the town.
Indeed, itâ€™s intellectual property where the cachet of a craftsman is probably gaining in currency.