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This Craft Kit Company Helps Grown-Ups Feel More Confident in Their Fixing Ability

 - Dec 24, 2015
References: wemakesteps & fastcoexist
This craft kit was designed to show adults that they don't need to be afraid of DIY projects or embarrassing themselves with Pinterest fails. Invented by Taylor Sizemore, Steps consist of a variety of kits that can turn anyone into a craft person. The Seattle-based company hopes to show people that they can make and fix things, from art to furniture.

Using a minimum of tools, you can repair various things, even if you are confined to a small space. In addition to a craft kit that is specific to macrame wall hanging, there are also kits for a coat or towel rack and a 'cut-a-skate' kit. The kits are also designed to give you a sense of accomplishment upon completion, as well as a renewed mindset.