The Medfield Makerspace is a collaborative space where community members of all ages can gather to use tools and materials to create useful and exciting things.

It is free to use everything in the Makerspace, though we ask that if you are going to use a lot of one material that you speak to us about making a donation.

Some funding for the Makerspace comes from the Friends of the Library.

The Medfield Public Library Makerspace, located on the bottom floor, is open for patron use whenever the library is open.

Patrons 15 years old and younger must be accompanied by an adult caregiver.

Younger patrons will enjoy perler beads, shrinky dinks, polymer clay, and a huge selection of general arts and crafts supplies.

Older kids and adults will enjoy jewelry making supplies, paper quilling, embroidery, punch needle embroidery, needle felting, button makers, a sewing machine and more. We also have a brand new Mac computer that is hooked up to a high resolution photo scanner, medium format printer, and a Cricut Maker 3.

We have a small collection of hand tools, including a grommeter and rotary toolthat are available for use in the Makerspace.

For questions or to set up a training session, please email Bri at