I wanted to thank you all for your contributions to my last post about finding a ‘brand’ name for my Etsy store and beyond. To be honest, I’m relieved that most of you agreed that a) it’s tough think of names and b) it’s tougher to actually commit to one. I was beginning to feel like I didn't have a creative bone in my body! However, ‘talking’ things through with you guys sparked a rather fruitful conversation with my boyfriend and I finally have a name that I’m excited about now!
Don’t worry if you didn’t contribute to this particular conversation, you can still enter this giveaway, because I also want to celebrate (almost) reaching 200 followers. I’m at 195 at the moment, which I’m both astounded by and appreciative of.
Up for grabs are the following:
1950s pattern Simplicity 2034, along with 1 metre of a very lightweight yellow corduroy with ditsy flower print. The pattern is in excellent condition, uncut and factory folded.
The pattern is a size 14 with the following measurements: Bust 34", Waist 26" and Hip 36".
1935 pattern McCall 8123, with 1 metre of a petrol blue and cream coloured cotton. IMPORTANT: All pattern pieces are present, but the instruction sheet is missing. I know I'm not experienced enough to give this a go without instructions, but hopefully the winner will be confident enough to give it a go!
This pattern is a size 14, with the following measurements: Bust 32" and Hip 35".
This giveaway is open to anyone in the world, as long as you follow my blog. It will close at midnight (GMT) of Friday 23 September and I will announce the randomly chosen winners on Saturday 24 September. To enter:
- Leave a comment about what you’d like to win and letting me know how your ‘brand’ name or blog name came about. If you have neither, just let me know what you’d like to win.
- Include an email address for me to contact you on.
Oh, for those interested, I’ve chosen Chintzy Cherry as my name! It’s kooky, hopefully memorable, ambiguous enough not to tie me down to specific 'products' and a good summation of my own personal style. Here’s a sneak peak of a logo in progress that my talented boyfriend designed. If you ever need an excellent website designing, his company – Hark2, is the place to go ;o)