• Zine Making

    Needs a location

    A zine (/ziːn/ ZEEN; short for magazine or fanzine) is a small-circulation self-published work of original or appropriated texts and images, usually reproduced via a copy machine.

    We have plenty of tables, some collage materials, pens, papers, paint and glue. We also have a large paper cutter and a folding and stapling machine for use.

    This is a casual event to get together and make things, or find out more about zines. You are also welcome to simply draw, write,collage, or work on other paper-related crafts.

    Free to attend, donations greatly appreciated.

    North End Makers is a community that runs a makerspace in North Seattle. We are an all-volunteer-run 501(c)(3) non-profit. Learn more on our website at https://www.northendmakers.org/

    Parking is street parking and plentiful in the area.

    Proof of vaccination required. You may email this ahead of time to [masked]. Masks and social distancing enforced.

    IMPORTANT INFO:
    Refund policy: We currently do not offer refunds or transfers between classes. You may, however, transfer your ticket to another person who is 18 or older. If you need help finding someone to take your spot, you are welcome to post in the class event on our Facebook page or Discord, or ask us to share your email address with the class waitlist.

    For your personal safety, please wear closed-toe shoes, tie long hair back, and avoid any dangling jewelry or baggy clothing.

    You do not need to bring a paper ticket. Save a tree.

    Photo by Lindsay Eyink - https://www.flickr.com/photos/leyink/6837528156, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=76037124

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  • Makerspace Open House

    Needs a location

    Come see our wonderful space! We will have a volunteer onsite to answer any questions you have as well. We also have lots more public events if this date doesn't work for you.

    We are a volunteer-run, 501c3 nonprofit makerspace in Pinehurst neighborhood of Seattle. We are an inclusive community of makers, creators, and artists who get together to learn, share, and grow. All people, crafts, and skill levels are welcome. You can learn a lot more about us at northendmakers.org.

  • Board Meeting

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    Board meetings are public and include a question and answer period at the end of the event. This one will be in person at our new makerspace![masked]th Ave NE #108
    Seattle, WA 98133

    Proof of vaccination is required to enter our space. This can be presented in person or emailed ahead of time to [masked]

  • Costume Sewing Class (Wizard Robe)

    Needs a location

    You must purchase tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/costume-sewing-class-wizard-robe-tickets-417573582827

    Get ready for Halloween by sewing your own wizard robe! This is a basic sewing class that only requires prior experience with machine sewing. Sewing machines and fabric will be provided. Ages 14 and up.

    The class will be taught by our fiber arts steward Katie F and kept small so attendees can get a lot of hands-on help and guidance with their costume. The photo above is of one of the robes she has sewn.

    🎃👻🧛🕸️🎃👻🧛🕸️🎃👻🧛🕸️🎃👻🧛🕸️

    North End Makers is a community that runs a makerspace in North Seattle. We are an all-volunteer-run 501(c)(3) non-profit. Learn more about us at https://northendmakers.org/

  • Open Electronics Lab

    Needs a location

    Interested in Arduino, Raspberry Pi, or other DIY electronics projects? Open Electronics Lab is a time when there will be folks at the space working on electronics projects. You can come and ask questions, hang out, bring a project to work on. While this is not a class, folks are always helpful.

    North End Makers is a community that runs a makerspace in North Seattle. We are an all-volunteer-run 501(c)(3) non-profit. Learn more on our website at https://www.northendmakers.org/

    Parking is street parking and plentiful in the area.

    For your personal safety, please wear closed-toe shoes, tie long hair back, and avoid any dangling jewelry or baggy clothing.

    You do not need to bring a paper ticket. Save a tree.

  • Pinehurst Community Cleanup

    Needs a location

    We only have enough supplies for fifteen people. You must reserve yours here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pinehurst-community-cleanup-tickets-417519250317

    Let's give back to our neighborhood by cleaning it up! I'm sure we've all noticed that the streets and sidewalks around the makerspace are littered with trash. Let's change that.

    For our first foray, we're limiting our available supplies to fifteen volunteers who will be provided the following thanks to Seattle's Adopt a Street program:

    • Gloves
    • Litter grabbers
    • Garbage bags
    • Safety vests
    • Safety training

    Please wear closed-toes shoes, clothes you don't mind getting dirty, and bring a water bottle as well as supplies for if it rains. On the day of the event, we will meet at the makerspace for safety training. Volunteers will be required to sign this document and then be broken up into groups so we can cover more of the neighborhood. The event is booked for two hours, but folks are welcome to stay and help longer if desired.

    If this is successful, we will look at making it a regular (and perhaps larger) event.

  • 3D Printer Certification

    Needs a location

    You must purchase a ticket for this event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/3d-printer-certification-tickets-417378288697

    This class will teach the basics of getting a file ready for our printers here at North End Makerspace. After this class you'll be certified to use the Ender 3 Max and Prusa M3 here.

    This class will cover:

    • Slicer settings
    • Choosing a filament
    • Loading and unloading filament
    • Supports and brims

    This class does not cover file design.

    North End Makers is a community that runs a makerspace in North Seattle. We are an all-volunteer-run 501(c)(3) non-profit. Learn more on our website at https://www.northendmakers.org/

  • Miniature Painting Hangout

    Needs a location

    Join us! Are you new to the hobby and have questions? Are you experienced and have answers? Whether you're interested in giant Warhammer armies, or individual figures for D&D, come hang out and talk about painting! We'll be talking about anything from priming, painting techniques, scenery, color theory, basing, etc. Bring some figures to show, or just come for the witty banter and terrible jokes.

    Please go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/miniature-painting-hangout-tickets-170746275707?aff=ebdssbdestsearch to reserve your ticket as space is limited.

    North End Makers is a community that runs a makerspace in North Seattle. We are an all-volunteer-run 501(c)(3) non-profit. Learn more on our website at https://www.northendmakers.org

    Proof of vaccination required. You may email this ahead of time to [masked]. Masks and social distancing enforced.

  • Fiber Arts Friday

    Needs a location

    Do you have a piece of clothing that needs to be altered? Maybe a half-finished knitting project sitting around? I sure do! Come hang out and work on your fiber projects with other enthusiasts. This is a monthly hangout of fiber arts enthusiasts. Whether you're here to work on a project or learn something new, it should be a blast. I hope to see you there! All skill levels and fiber crafts welcome.

    North End Makers is a community that runs a makerspace in North Seattle. We are an all-volunteer-run 501(c)(3) non-profit. Learn more on our website at www.northendmakers.org

    Proof of vaccination required. You may email this ahead of time to [masked]
    Masks and social distancing enforced.

  • Laser Cutter Certification

    Needs a location

    Tickets for this class must be purchased here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/laser-cutter-certification-tickets-365032551187

    This class is for folks new to using a laser cutter. Members who successfully complete this class will be certified to use the laser at the space on their own. Non-members need to join for access to this and many other tools at the makerspace.

    This Intro class will cover:

    • laser safety
    • how a CO2 laser works
    • what can and can't be cut
    • how to import a file containing both raster and vector information into the laser software
    • how to determine cut and engrave settings
    • basics of Retina Engrave 3.0 software
    • Start up and shut down procedures

    For your personal safety, please wear closed-toe shoes, tie long hair back, and avoid any dangling jewelry or baggy clothing.

    All proceeds go to support North End Makers, a community that runs a makerspace in North Seattle. We are an all-volunteer-run 501(c)(3) non-profit. Learn more on our website at https://www.northendmakers.org/