Jackue Causby can hardly wait to start working in Mauney Memorial Library’s new makerspace.
The Kings Mountain library is putting the finishing touches on a space where sewers, Cricut cutter enthusiast, button makers and people intrigued by 3D printers can come and hone or learn a new skill.
“I’m so dang excited,” Causby said.
On Thursday, Causby stopped by a demo day where all of the machines were in operation. She recently received an embroidery sewing machine and was excited to learn that the library would be offering hands-on classes for people to learn about the different machines.
“I’m a player. I like to learn hands on,” she said.
Introduction classes will be offered to help people familiarize themselves with the new equipment. Then in the coming weeks people will be able to use the machines in the space with a staff member there.
“It is about letting…