Please see the following cutting from the Hunter Gatherer Vintage blog:
"BIG, BIG, BIG news all you eager Hunter Gatherer Vintage fans!
We have been teasing everything with whispers of a special designer giveaway…and, after many hours of negotiating and emailing designers, we have succeeded in holding the best designer giveaway you can ever imagine!
Here are just A FEW of the names we have got lined up!
KIT WILLOW- a voucher for a new season dress
FLEUR WOOD- a gorgeous custom one-off dress
VALERIE TOLOSA- a gift voucher to use in store + a personal styling session by Valerie herself!!
BUNNYHUG.COM (YES I CAN HEAR THE SQUEALS ALREADY!)- a 200POUND gift voucher to use online- yes, they post to Australia!!!
Grandmas Finest- a lovely vintage ring
Mr. Blonde- new season piece of clothing
Patternista- hand printed jewellery
Rebecca Cobbing Couture- a voucher to use for shoes or garments
Alex from Australian Jewellery
+ many, many more! (and of course, HUNTER GATHERER VINTAGE will be adding to the prizepool with a few vintage pieces!)
The competition will launch next week! I hear you crying out “How do I enter?” Well…we will be having one designer giveaway per week. All you have to do is post the link to the designers website (which we will provide) on your blog or facebook and then tell us in 25 words or less why you want to DESPERATELY win this designer giveaway!
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Patternista screen printed fabric. Wooden jewellery. Jewelery. Byron Bay. Finders Keepers. Etsy. Patternista jewellery. Patternista illustrations. Patternista hand made wood and printed fabric art. Patternista will be selling its beautiful bespoke printed fabric and wooden pendants at Finders Keepers Designer Market and Brisbane’s Young Designers Market.Patternista will be selling its new product range of screen printed tea towels and hand made jewellery at Byron Bay’s Blues and Roots Festival. Founder of Patternista (Australia), Becky Lim studied Studio Textiles and Surface Print at Melbourne’s RMIT University.Patternista is a fan of http://www.printpattern.blogspot.com/