Not my usual creation, but I am kind of proud of it.
The pipe going to the dishwasher burst on us, and it became clear from the guys at the hardware store we apparently have some weird non-standard pipe size. It's just a sliver over 5/8" (so I'm suspecting these pipes were cheap foreign imports sized on the metric scale.) They had nothing that was going to fit it. So I've ended up buying a bunch of gear to kludge together a solution.
* A piece of vinyl tubing with a 5/8" inner diameter. Fit's fine on the new pipe, but was struggle to get it down the old pipe.
* 2 hose clamps to help hold the tubing firmly.
* Some water weld Epoxy putty on the ends to seal it off.
* FiberFix repair wrap. It's some kind of fiber mesh that sets solid after being soaked in water. I wrapped up the center of the pipe to hold the two pipe sections together.
I'm waiting for everything to cure, and then we'll see if this will work.