Neurodiversity, Pride, & Alternative Communication

Seattle, Washington

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Note from shop owner 6/29/21: Still on hiatus, no eta for reopening yet. Back when I can be! Check social media for updates: &

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Last updated on Jun 29, 2021

6/29/21: Still on hiatus, no eta for reopening yet. Back when I can be! Check social media for updates: &

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About SpacerobotStudio

Sales 5,245
On Etsy since 2013

Neurodiversity, Pride, and Alternative Communication

A small art business run by neurodiverse queer art weirdos, celebrating neurodiversity, pride, alternative communication, stimming... and a passion for crafting and knitting!

**Spacerobot Studio donates 10% of all sales to ASAN, the Autistic Self Advocacy Network.**

Raised in 2019: $1,518
Raised in 2018: $1,332
Raised in 2017: $1,397
Raised in 2016: $867
Raised in 2015: $121
Raised in 2014: $70

Shop members

  • Spacerobot Crew

    Owner, Art Robots

    The Spacerobot Crew are a collection of queer & neurodiverse weirdos into art, knitting, and alternative communication.

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Last updated on Jun 2, 2019
Frequently asked questions
You don't have the pronoun I use for your gender pronoun necklace. Can you add this pronoun?

If you see a pronoun that we are missing, please send us a message and we will try to add it! It may take time for us to get around to making the new charms, but we are always looking to add more pronouns options.

Can you do custom orders?

Unfortunately we don't have the time or spoons to make custom jewelry, communication necklaces, or charms right now. Please check out what we have available in the shop!

There is one exception - If you'd like a communication necklace with a combination of different charms that we already have in our shop, and those charms are of the same shape, send us a message! For example: A necklace with 3 of the battery charms, and 1 pronoun charm. We can do this! We can fit up to 4 charms per communication necklace.

We can *sometimes* do custom knit hats or scarves depending on our available time and energy. Contact us if interested!

I'm not autistic. Can I still use your communication necklaces?

Yes! We firmly believe that communication tools should be available to anyone who finds them useful, no matter their neurotype.

If a communication necklace would be useful or fun for you, and you want to get it, go ahead! It is not appropriation.

What are washing instructions for knit items?

Most knit items that are made from acrylic or mostly acrylic are machine washable and dryable. Use gentle settings. Knit items may become softer and fuzzier with washing. To keep them closer to their original state, you can also hand wash them gently and lay them flat to dry.

Wool items, or items with high wool or animal fiber content, can be trickier to wash. If placed in a washing machine or washed with high warmth, these items can shrink and felt, so do not do this or your knit item may be ruined. It is best to hand wash these items gently in cold water, and lay them flat to air dry.

What are the care instructions for the shrink plastic necklaces?

The charms are printed with inkjet ink and need to be kept dry. We seal both sides of the charms with several layers of acrylic spray to get the charms as water resistant as possible, but if exposed to water or dampness there is still a chance that water can soak through the coating and the ink can run. If the charms get wet, wipe them dry asap, and make sure there is no moisture trapped between charms. If dirt gets on the charms, wipe with a dry cloth. If that does not remove the dirt, a fast-drying wipe like those used for electronics may work. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee that water or any liquid cleaning products will not damage the charms.