Tailor your World to Fit YOU Free class

Barbara Miller, Fixer of Things

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9 Videos (37m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Project Description

    • 3. Work Area and Tools

    • 4. Determining the Perfect Pocket Size

    • 5. Cutting the New Fabric

    • 6. Preparing the Short Pocket

    • 7. Attaching the Extra Fabric

    • 8. Completing the New Deep Pocket

    • 9. Closing


About This Class

Are there things about your life that annoy you?  Of course!  Some you can't change - sorry.  But this class takes a look at how you can change seemingly small things to suit you and how you live.  When you eliminate the little annoyances, you are much more clear for the bigger challenges in Life.

For instance, you've found a great pair of pants - good fit, good color, nice fabric, good brand.  The only imperfection is that the pockets are skimpy and won't hold your stuff.  Ugh.  That means you have to carry a purse, or wear another garment with better pockets.  Here's a straightforward method for making those pockets the perfect capacity for the way you live.  It's a first step toward making many things in your life fit YOU without having to put up with little annoyances.

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Barbara Miller

Fixer of Things

Always a creative and a problem solver, I enjoy the puzzles that life has to offer.  I don't like to waste anything, materials, resources, energy of any kind - even other peoples'.  The result is that I customize many things in my life, or, in other words, fix it to suit me rather than a target market audience.  The good news is that manufacturers get it close to perfect most of the time.  With a little thought, imagination and moments of crafting, most things can be fixed to fit your world.