Cat Ashton and Clairissa Simmons have set out to empower women and nonbinary artists with the opening of their community makerspace, Make at Rosie.

The space offers equipment such as a 3D printer, sewing machines and more for members to use in different crafts and projects. Other tools and supplies can be used for jewelry making, embroidery, cross stitching, woodworking and more.

Make at Rosie hosts events, such as an age 21-plus Craft Happy Hour; workshops to learn how to make different crafts; community supply swaps and more.

An upcoming Community Craft Swap event will take place June 27 at 5:30 p.m. to swap craft supplies and connect with other creatives. Any scraps or leftovers will be donated to Austin Creative Reuse, which has partnered with Make at Rosie.

There are different types of memberships for those interested and single-day passes.