Came across "[these people are] manually talented" in an English language test.The context was a group of people who were good at karate or ballgames, but also origami, pottery, sculpting, etc.
To me, it sounds more than stilted, and feels like it was taken directly from Polish (though the Polish phrase would only really apply to the non-sporty skills, not eg. karate). I would personally say "good with their hands", "crafty", or something along those lines.
But am I wrong? Does "manually talented" actually exist in English? (There are 451 results for it on Google, but that seems like a very small number for a concept that I would imagine is fairly commonplace...)