verb, twigger, twiggering, twiggered: to twigger is to make something work that seems not quite possible, using whatever materials can be found for free or cheap.
Twiggering is a creative way to problem solve "interesting" situations without money. (Or at least, not much money)
Twiggering something is like "jerry-rigging" except that something that has been twiggered, actually works and you can usually use it the rest of your life if you choose.
We twiggered the truck back together, and now it works great. It looks a little funny though, but we don't mind since it works.