How to Stitch a Shirt

Making your own clothes, for example stitching a shirt, is an exciting and worthwhile hobby, and in today’s financial crisis can be quite a useful skill to have that could even be turned into a successful small business. Shirts are a popular item to make because they can be so expensive to buy, but with a sewing machine, some fabric and a bit of know how, stitching a shirt becomes easy. Start with a pattern, you can buy these from any good fabric shop, they may even be available online to download. Your pattern should include all the pieces that need to be cut out which will be graduated for different sizes of shirt, and once you’ve measured the vital statistics of the person for whom the shirt is being made you can cut your panels to the correct size easily. Generally the measurements...

How to Call Forward

Have you ever been on vacation, but don’t want to miss your phone calls? How about getting a new cell phone and you want to arrange all of your home calls to be routed to the phone you have on you? There is a feature that is available today that is called CALL FORWARDING! Call forwarding can be achieved in many ways. It depends on your home country, since mine is the USA I will be giving instructions on how to do it from here. Your telephone service has multiple options on how to forward your calls. Most of them will be listed in the manual you get when you start new service, online at the website, or if you call customer service, a nice friendly voice will tell you what you need to do.   Instructions Forward Calls from Certain People Let’s say you want only your mom, girlfriend,...

How to Write a Business Letter

Beginning a career means producing effective written communication on a daily basis. Even college students need to write pieces of professional communication whether it may be internship applications, job applications, resumes, faxes and emails to professors. Even though most letters, memos, emails, and faxes are short pieces of writing, they still require careful prewriting and planning, drafting revising and correcting. The formal business letter is composed of five main parts the heading, date, the opening, body and closing. Required Materials Printer Paper Required Tool Printer Word Processor Software A Computer Instruction If not using a preprinted letterhead type name, title and return address four to six lines from the top of the page. Starting on the left start two to four lines...