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Monday, March 24, 2014

Blog Donations - Help Us Write Better Content

The aim of the game of writing our blog is to keep people interested in our products whilst at the same time shining a light on things that might interest those that wear bow ties. This could be wool production, tailoring, hat making, silk production, footwear, evening wear, lounge wear, day wear, shirt making, leather goods, board games, art, screen printing, cinema and more.

Many of the commissions we do with other makers are paid out of the profits of the business. So on a slim month we won't be running any projects. And yet it is these items which keep our readers most entertained. So, we put it to you, if you read this blog but don't wear bow ties or don't need any more bow ties, perhaps consider making a donation to the blog. There are between 1000-2000 of you every day from around the world. I can only imagine what sort of wonderful commissions we could do if all of you donated $2.00 Autstralian every time you logged on! Anyway, here's hoping you do want to join in on the fun. For every $1000.00 we receive I will alert you as to what the commission will be and at the end of the process we will auction the item to the highest bidder. Join in on the fun and keep artisans making what they are good at. Donate $2 AUD now by clicking here. Enter the code NOSHIPPING to remove freight. Alternatively, send the money directly to bow at . Many thanks, LNP

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