The kinkachu is a type of Japanese omiyage or gift bag. We currently have five in stock. They’re $60 + shipping. Many would be suitable bags for DOGD-style Coelbren letters, or Viking runes, for sortilege. They’re all 100% cotton fabric, and the interior of each bag is about the size of a closed human fist.
You can also ask us to make you one in a desired color palette.
A big article on what a MakerSpace is, and how it relates to other types of work areas for artists, designers, and Makers.
So, that’s the way I see these things — MakerSpaces revel in the sheer joy of creativity; DesignSpaces build things with a purpose; ArtistSpaces explore creativity without necessarily giving it purpose; and TinkerSpaces are for sticking things together until you get ideas… but won’t necessarily help you build anything real.
Where does your space sit in the definitions? Are you really operating a DesignStudio when you think you’re running a MakerSpace? Is your school’s MakerSpace really a TinkerLab?
Read the full article; it’s worth it.