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Warwick Daily News - South West Queensland Rural Weekly - - Rural Crime -

LOOK stylish and help raise funds for drought re­lief.

That’s the idea of Laura Pa­ton from Coco and Blush in Pittsworth and Toni Graetz from I Love Scarves, who de­signed a bull head scarf to help raise money.

“We ini­tially had 1000 made and we’ve sold about 800,” she said. “Once we sell the last 200, there is go­ing to be a lim­ited-edi­tion hot pink one with a sil­ver bull head com­ing as well.”

The scarves sell for $25, with $10 from each go­ing to char­ity. They have al­ready raised $8000.

“The ones I’ve sold at Coco and Blush, it’s go­ing to one of the chap­laincy com­mit­tees in Pittsworth,” Ms Pa­ton said.

“They’re go­ing to be dis­tribut­ing it to those who need the funds.

“It could go to kids who need stuff for school or it could go to farm­ers who need to buy gro­ceries, or some­thing else that needs to be done.

“But it will be go­ing to the af­fected ar­eas on the Dar­ling Downs.”

Call Coco and Blush for more de­tails (07) 4550 4025.

PHOTO: CAS­SAN­DRA GLOVER

STYLISH SCARVES: Stacey Phillips, Gail Ted­ford, An­nette Weather­stone, Sandy Lang­ton, Leti­tia Ro­barts, and Laura Pa­ton wear­ing bull head scarves to raise money for drought re­lief.

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