About Us

Makit Takit brings all the elements of craft together in one place: materials, tools, techniques, and lots of fun!

How It Works

MAKIT ANYTIME! We have projects available for you to come in and make ANYTIME! Drop-in crafting is always available during our open hours. You can check out some of our available projects at this link

CLASSES & CAMPS! If you want to come in for a special class or participate in one of our camps, you can check out these links: CLASSES and CAMPS & EVENTS  These are available for kids and adults. Check individual listings for age requirements (if applicable).

PARTIES! We love to host all kinds of parties! Birthday parties! Work parties! Bridal Showers! Family Reunions! Team building! Parties for NO REASON! Here you can find out what projects we are currently offering for our parties. 

TOOLS! We have so many tools available. We currently have Bernina sewing machines, Glowforge laser cutter, Brother Scan N Cut, heat press, woodburning, basic craft tools and more. 


Our Story

Makit! Takit! offers the largest selection of Summer Classes & Camps projects, tools, materials, space, and classes in a fun atmosphere great for individual crafting and group parties.

Makit Takit opened in March 2016 as Lincoln Craft Studio, and is owned and operated by Christy Nelson, an avid crafter and former professional craft blogger. Christy’s passion for crafting inspired the idea of a craft studio for the community to come in and craft to their hearts content. After spending time with makers at all levels, she reorganized the studio in July 2017 into Makit Takit to better serve the creative needs of her customers. In the fall of 2019, Makit Takit grew a little more by taking over the space next door. We now have a Splatter Room available for use during open hours, a dedicated party/classroom space, and we added a sewing studio! 

Stop by Makit Takit today and see what’s happening. There’s sure to be someone making!

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Check out this story a local news station did for us last year!