The Nina With Freckles newsletter consists of three different emails appearing in your inbox and you may subscribe to any combination of them below.
- All The Colours In Our Hands: the typical “newsletter” to hear from and communicate directly with your favourite entrepreneurs
- Perfectly Flawed: news for pattern testers
- The NWF Blog Via Email: blog posts sent automatically to your inbox (coming in 2021, not yet activated!)
1. All The Colours In Our Hands
The “All The Colours In Our Hands” letter, showing up reasonably often in your inbox (I hate the spammy style so not this), is what a traditional email list is all about. You will get glimpses behind the seams, more personal updates than I wish to share on my blog, news about products soon to be launched, and of course access to my private resource library.
In the Library I will share free NM Patterns once in a while, which I hope you will enjoy using as much as I enjoy creating them for you.
The password to the Library will change irregularly, so make sure to check the latest emails for updates on that, should you feel locked out. You can find a link to the page in the navigation bar on top and footer area of the website.
Save the welcome email, too, as that’s where I will post the password the first time. I’ll send this email to you within approximately 24 hours of signing up. Unfortunately I can’t respond to email requests after lost passwords, but you will have to be a bit organised in order to keep having access.
Downloading resources happens after you click the link embedded in the image. To open a pdf file you will need software such as Adobe Acrobat Reader, or Preview on Mac. Unfortunately I can’t provide you with individual technical support, so if you run into trouble, please ask a friend to help you.
2. Perfectly Flawed
For you, who are interested in being a pattern tester for NM Patterns, I’ll be sending out “Perfectly Flawed” infrequently. Signing up doesn’t mean committing to testing, but simply receiving relevant information before making your decision.
Currently, I can’t reimburse for testing, but hope to be able to soon. However, you will always be credited for your assistance both within the pattern in question, on the website page for said pattern, and on my blog when posting about the release of it.
When subscribing to “Perfectly Flawed,” you will receive news on pattern testing only.
3. The NWF Blog Via Email (Coming in 2021!)
If you want to read the Nina With Freckles blog via email, this is what you should sign up for. The newest post will be sent out automatically shortly after its publication on the blog.
You will receive nothing but blog posts through this channel.
The signup form will be placed in the blog sidebar once this option has been activated. I’ll also update the Interests preference in the form below (on this page) to reflect this new alternative being available to opt in for.
To avoid a stagnant community (yes, because I actually want to hear from you!) I will clean up the email lists regularly. Unopened emails are clutter for you and unnecessary expenses for me, so if my letters no longer are of interest, I assume we weren’t a fit after all. Sometimes it happens due to life circumstances, I’m sure, and you should absolutely feel welcome back anytime!
If you have questions still before signing up, please don’t hesitate to contact me! And while “obviously” comes to mind, I will never sell or in other ways voluntarily pass on your private information, as it’s simply hateful stuff when we are all about the loveliness of handicrafts.
And now on to signing up, please do so below!
Thanks so much for your interest in my work! I hope we can get to know each other better both through this email list, here on the blog and in social media. And where to now? May I suggest my blog to read the latest posts?
P.S. I’m using the very powerful ConvertKit for my email marketing. Get in touch if you want a signup link for a quick welcome as well as some tried and true tips to help you get started! You can open a new account for free to test things before committing.
Photo credit: Christian Stahl. Last edited: 17 February 2021.