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Want to join our team?

As things here grow, our team need to grow with it.

Casual position for a customer service role.
Must have an idea about patchwork but don't worry, we can teach you what you don't know.
Retail experience preferred but not essential.
Apply via e-mail :)



Kathryn Marks said…
My perfect dream job!! Shame you are 2 hours away. Cheers Kathryn
If only I didn't need to work full time.......maybe another time!?
Jen said…
Also my dream job if you moved up to sydney! Good luck though:-)
Ooooh, I would love to.
The 4 hour flight to your shop may be a bit of a problem but I'm sure we could work out something…...
Cardygirl said…
There is going to be a rush of people moving to Melbourne!
Angela said…
Aargh, moving to Melbourne but not quite ready!!!
I am in Austin, Texas. The commute would be rough!! I am sure you will find the perfect person. Have fun. One day.......

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