I have a friend who is a major crafter. She's more than likely reading this right now, (hi Shampoo!). She makes cards and has customizable card stock punchers, and grommets, the whole magilla. She subscribes to crafting mags and blogs and even sells her cards and things on etsy. She's hard core, and I totally respect that.
That's what I would call crafting. Scrapbooking, some minor DIY, etc. I wouldn't call sewing, garment sewing at least crafting by any means, yet you see it all the time, especially when you go and buy supplies.
Most major chain fabric stores will cater more so to the crafter and quilter (a totally other sewing related avenue that I respect major) lumping us sewing folk in with them. So we have to filter through the 'add a button to your scrapbook' books in order to find, if we are lucky, a book about garments and construction.
I have totally done my share of crafting.
My flowers are are great example of what I consider crafting. I consider crafting making something that requires little sewing. Knitting and crochet would fall into that category. But even they have their own spaces. Perhaps this is the reason that so many sewers I know shop online. You can find an online place that can cater to what you want with more ease than you can taking your chances in your local chain shop.
I guess what I'm getting as is as someone who considers themselves a sewer/seamstress/tailor etc., does it bother you to have your craft lumped in with a different kind of craft? To me it does.