The home arts were important to me

So I switched into Family and Consumer Science to study foods, clothing, interior decoration, child development, and home management. At 18 I developed the Cluster Concept of wardrobing. Upon graduation I was invited to teach the course in visual design in dress and wardrobing. My students wanted to learn. They were excited about what I was teaching them. I was hooked and knew this was what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. One husband, three children, and three moves later, we returned to this wonderful land called Utah. Within weeks I was invited to teach fashion, fitting, and wardrobing at Brigham Young University in their Department of Clothing and Textiles.