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The ultimate superstore, Spotlight, now has an unmissable catalogue packed with incredible value sale deals. Get almost anything you could need for your home at incredibly low prices. Spotlight is famous for its range of sewing and arts and crafts products. But that’s not the only thing that makes Spotlight such a popular shop in Australia. They also sell heaps of stylish homewares, curtains, and so much more! If you want to know what they stock, reading the Spotlight catalogue October 2021 is a good place to start.

Spotlight Catalogue Made to Measure has been created to show off the latest Spotlight specials and offers that you can access from 13/02/2020. With items that your kids will love as well as home furnishings and more for sale, there’s something for everyone in this brochure. Get in quick because it lasts from from Thursday 13/02/2020! Keen to read the Spotlight catalogue online? Click here.

The Spotlight Brand

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Spotlight is an Australian company that’s entirely family-owned and operated. They have stores in Asia, New Zealand, and of course, Australia. The first store opened in 1973 in Malvern. It all came about thanks to the family’s passion for fabrics, having previously sold fabrics at a stall in Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne. Today, they have more than 6,700 staff who are there to serve their millions of customers.

With over 100 stores worldwide, Spotlight has quickly become one of the most popular Australian retailers. You can find them in Melbourne VIC, Sydney NSW, Adelaide SA, Perth WA, Brisbane QLD and Gold Coast QLD. Plus, the Spotlight online store has taken off as well - check it out here: www.spotlightstores.com.

Spotlight has an unbeatable reputation as well as low prices, however, their focus is more on fabrics and crafts than homeware. So, if you’re interested in taking a look at some other Furniture shops because you can’t find what you need at Spotlight, you might want to look at Amart Furniture, Domayne, IKEA, Pottery Barn and West Elm

In 2006, Spotlight launched its Stitch in Time program. This program was designed to teach women in tough situations a useful vocational skill. It gives these women a way of earning money and supporting their families. They have women in Vietnam who are part of this program who sew bags which are then sold in Spotlight stores. Women in Cambodia and Maningrida are also part of this program, enabling them to learn skills and make some money. This has been a fantastic way of empowering women in many parts of the world when they would otherwise have very few vocational options available to them.

What Can You Buy at Spotlight?

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When you walk into any Spotlight store, you will be able to almost fully furnish your home with the items you find there. Their offerings cover products for the living room, bathroom, kitchen, and more! As mentioned, their real specialty lies in haberdashery and craft items, however. You will find all of the decorations you need for your next party, card making supplies, and costuming supplies at Spotlight. 

Spotlight sells many brands including Living Space, KOO, Sistema, Mastercraft, and more! They offer some of the lowest prices you will find for the same branded item, so it’s worth heading there when you need some new items for your home.

If you are interested in reading Spotlight Catalogue Made to Measure, the newest Spotlight catalogue October 2021, click here. You’ll find many fantastic Spotlight specials inside.

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