The rain won’t keep us down! We’re all set up @strawberryswingkc for the Kansas City Chalk and Walk!!! Come see me and @messnerbeefarm @lostandfounddesign @untamed_supply @redhareleather
We’re all set up at the American Council of the Blind Conference at Union Station in STL! The first 100 people to my booth get this free commemorative ACB 2018 STL Key chain!
Applications are now open for the super successful and one of a kind local event, 2nd Annual Handmade in KC: a Clearance Event. This market will be held on Sep 15th 2018 from 11am-4pm. It is a full vendor market of discounted items. Kansas Cities and the surrounding areas best handmade businesses will bring items that are slightly flawed, out of date, or discontinued. This is the event for you perfectionists who only bring their highest quality work to all the other art and craft events you've been to. That's what makes this event special!
All items at Handmade in KC: A Clearance Event will be discounted between 10%-90% off! Hot diggity dog, what savings! ***To apply to be a vendor at this event, please fill out this form- https://form.jotform.com/81796510111148
Applications Are Due July 31st
Applications are free
If accepted Booths are $65
My work was featured in a write up by Make Magazine!
The quote reads “Kate Schroeder brought her NEAT! Braille jewelry. These are single words, created in Braille. They look pretty cool too. She had nice words, silly words, and naughty words. I really thought it was cool. As I introduced myself, she even made me a little paper name tag with my name in braille!” How neat is that?! My friend Matt Bell was also featured with his Flying Circus Quadcopter race!
Getting these soon to be keychains ready for the American Council of the Blind conference in STL this weekend and early next week! The first 100 people to my booth will receive this commemorative ACB 2018 STL keychain!
I received this in an email last night, and I honestly can’t tell you how much it means to me! It’s been a real struggle perfecting this product so that it is totally legible to the Braille reading community. As a business owner and advocate it was incredibly important to make a product that was actually Braille, and not just a pattern of dots that looked like Braille. I am beyond delighted to know how legible it has become! Thank you all who have supported me in this journey! You truly are the reason I am still here, making this product! *personal details from the quote were removed for privacy*
Another successful Maker Faire in the books!!! Thanks Kansas City and maker community! You rock!
Maker Faire is so stinking fun this year! There is only one more hour of today, but never fear, we will be here from 10am-5pm tomorrow! Not only am I selling my Braille jewelry, but this year I am making Braille name tags! Even Makey stopped by to get one!
I posted about these prototypes ages ago, and I totally forgot to post them when I deliver led to my friend Mike! I think they turned out pretty good!
We’re sweating our butts off at @love.the.locals in Lincoln NE tonight @ziplinetaproom! But the beer is cold and the handmade goods will rock your socks off! Which you shouldn’t be wearing anyways in this weather so win win!!