DIY-ing

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DIY-ing

  1. Present participle of DIY.
    • 2003, Rients Dijkstra, “Ladies and Gentlemen, We are Floating in Space”, in Jennifer Sigler (ed.), 109 Provisional Attempts to Address Six Simple and Hard Questions about What Architects Do Today and Where Their Profession Might Go Tomorrow,[1] The Berlage Institute report No. 6/7, episode publishers, ISBN 9080536261, page 163,
      They were all buzzing around in their gardens and their homes, DIY-ing and barbecuing.
    • 2005, Kimberly Potts, My DIY: The Stylin’ Girl’s Guide to DIY Projects—from Sassy Crafts to Thrifty Gifts,[2] Adams Media, ISBN 1-5933-7283-3, page viii,
      Recycling old things into new, useful ones is one of the main rules of DIY-ing.
    • 2007, Taylor Morris, Class Favorite,[3] Simon and Schuster, ISBN 1416935983, page 208,
      I considered DIY-ing my Mrs. Everly skirt but decided I didn’t have the creative energy.
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