Some would call it a newsletter, others an email list. But here at Remade By Hand, it goes by the name of Looped In, and it exists to add a little connection, ease, and delight to your knitting life.
(Already sold? Skip to the signup form! Otherwise, read on.)
Here’s what I’ve got for you:
1. Instant access to the Looped In Library!
Here you’ll find any extra I can think of to help make Remade By Hand patterns easier to knit. Row and section trackers seem particularly handy, but I’m always open to suggestions!
Can you knit one of my patterns without the extras? Absolutely. I haven’t taken anything out of the patterns to create this library. But if you like extras, I’ve got them for you.
2. Getting-to-know-you fun!
For the first week or so after you sign up, you’ll hear from me every couple of days with a bit of orientation and silliness. It can be 100% you getting to know me, or you can jump in and help me get to know you, too.
Spoiler alert: It includes a picture of me with a WIPstache. Yeah, I didn’t think you’d want to miss that.
3. Perks with each pattern release!
Every time I release a self-published pattern, you’ll get an exclusive subscriber discount. If there’s an introductory offer for the general public, yours will be better! And if you’ve provided your Ravelry name (which will never be shared publicly), you’ll also be automatically entered to win copies of new patterns.
Are you the test-knitting type?
I’ve gotcha. If you select the Test Knitting News option, each time I post a new call, I’ll send you a quick email with a link to all the details. That can be instead of or in addition to the pattern perks emails (#3 above).
You’ll also get Looped In Library access and the get-to-know-you emails, regardless of whether you want to hear from me when new patterns are released.
I promise not to bombard you. Not even close.
After the first week, when you’ll hear from me more often, you can expect an email once or twice a month if you pick just one of the options below and two or three times if you choose both. And every email includes an option to change your email preferences or unsubscribe altogether if it’s just not working out.