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New LIMITED EDITION Merchandise Available Now!

This year, we are celebrating the 5 year anniversary of our YouTube channel and in addition, we will pass 100.000 subscribers very soon!

To celebrate this, we are now releasing a series of Limited Edition merchandise that includes mugs, tote bags and t-shirts. This collection will only be available for a very limited period of time.

Check out our tote’s for you UFO’s, mugs for your hot brews and t-shirts for those who like to support and click on the images below to discover more! If  you missed Sit and Knit for a Bit episode 2 or our LiveStream from Saturday, keep scrolling to the end of this post.

Click on the image to shop the entire collection

 

ARNE & CARLOS 2020 Collection tote bag. Limited Edition. Click on the image to buy.

ARNE & CARLOS 2020 Collection classic tee. Limited Edition. Click on image to buy.

ARNE & CARLOS 2020 collection mug. Limited Edition. Click on image to buy.

ARNE & CARLOS 2020 Collection classic tee. Limited Edition. Click on image to buy.

There has been a lot of activity on our channel lately, now that we are publishing two episodes weekly. If you missed our latest Knit and Sit of a Bit podcast or last Saturday’s LiveStream, you can see them here below. The rerun of our LiveStream starts at 3:59.

 

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    • Saraah on September 22, 2020 at 8:10 am

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    Hi guys, would love to buy your cup and bag but you only except credit cards😥. We do not have one. Have asked a couple of times about this but never had one. And I understand its universal but never i needed one. Save and buy is my moto. 😅. Nevermind 🙋🏼‍♀️

      • Lynn on September 22, 2020 at 8:49 am

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      Saraah, same here, save and buy, but I have a debit card. It’s like plastic cash. No debt, as the money is immediately deducted from your bank account, but it’s easy to buy things online, rent a car, etc. It should be easy to get one from your bank. Gotta go now. No such thing as too many project bags.

    • Angie on September 22, 2020 at 11:56 am

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    Love your podcasts and listening to you both interacting ❤️

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    Arne and Carlos your Podcast is a delight. Such an inspiration. Keep it up. I don’t like lutefisk, being born in Denmark.
    My lunch today is Svenska meatballs bought fro IKIA, Danish red cabbage with mash potatos and gravy.
    Bon appetite.
    All the best

    Maj-Brit Mansson-Brown

    • Marie Coffin on September 22, 2020 at 1:09 pm

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    Hello Norge!
    Can’t wait to receive my bag with your nice faces! Thank you for ALL you GIVE and during this time of covid I send you all of my support. I have been knitting squares galore😊love the project.
    Wishing you the best from France.
    Marie

    • Merrilee on September 22, 2020 at 3:21 pm

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    Love watching you two together! Saw a wonderful sweater using squares and colorwork from Quarantine Knitting. Looking forward to seeing you again when you come back to Maine.
    Merrilee from Maine

    • Monica aka Qzie on September 22, 2020 at 3:57 pm

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    You guys are such a “delight” in this “depressing” times. You always brighten my day and am very grateful for that!!!! Knitting and crocheting is keeping me sane …. 🙂

    • Louise on September 22, 2020 at 10:39 pm

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    Would a Ravelry search be a way to recreate the gorgeous—timeless—sweater that you point out in the 1950s German magazine visible in the photo of the just-finished-by-Arne hat in your video? But what attributes can I list? Many thanks!

    • Janet Sherman on September 22, 2020 at 11:59 pm

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    I am so happy to have found you! I was watching Fleece and Harmony and they mentioned you. I was curious so I looked you up. I am so hooked! You both have a calming spirit. During these trying times you are a breath of fresh air. I have to say watching your YouTube episodes is so fun here in Soddy Daisy Tennessee. This little town is nestled in the Appalachian Mountains. Again thank you for your wit, charm and unmatched talent.

    • Carol Jensen on September 23, 2020 at 6:06 am

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    I was delighted to hear you, Carlos, say that you were not buying a sweater made in China, but preferred to purchase a Norwegian made garment. I couldn’t agree more. Support local industry.

    • Miriam Cromwell on September 23, 2020 at 2:28 pm

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    Will you do another trip of the coast when this current madness is over?

    Enjoying the podcasts.

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    Hi guys……I just bought a beautiful Oleana sweater from Ebay last week and it arrived yesterday….gently worn and needs a few stitches repaired. I try not to buy Chinese made too.
    Looks like I need a mug or tote bag….hope I’m not too late!
    My husband Arne needs a new sweater….I’m looking at several of your patterns for him.
    Fondly,
    Judith

    • Leni Blumenfeld on September 27, 2020 at 3:17 pm

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    i just love your podcast ,so sorry that Carlos was so sick thank God for Arne making those smoothies
    all the best to you Leni

    • sandra on October 5, 2020 at 12:02 pm

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    Thank you for the video! I thought to tell you about an old dresser that we purchased and it had an old moldy smell. I put all pieces in the sun for about 6 hours after wiping it down with white vinegar. You could try that and then add potpourri. Good luck with it, it’s a gorgeous box!

    • Denise Haworth on October 16, 2020 at 6:09 am

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    Love your new pod cast! I am not a knitter but love listening to both of you talk about your careers, life, and love of Norway and Sweden, in fact all of Scandinavia.
    My Dad worked for SAS for many years in many different capacities. In 1965 and ’66 he invited a new “arrival” from Sweden to celebrate Christmas with our family, I was six. Her family was so happy to hear that she was not alone at Christmas that they invited all of us to spend Christmas in Malmö, Sweden in 1967. We were there for three weeks thru New Year. I love the Scandinavian culture and food and have been fortunate enough to have traveled throughout Denmark and Sweden, promised myself I would also see Norway !
    Loved your Advent episodes. Please, please, please, do them this year. I made your recipe for färekäl (?) Which was delicious and the cabbage recipes for both white and red, also excellent.
    Love your home and garden. Wishing you both a very happy Christmas and a healthy and happy New year. Denise p.s. just purchased two of your mugs for my husband and I 😊

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