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Sit and Knit for a Bit – Christmas Countdown. December 21. Peppermint

Thanks for joining our 2020 Christmas Ball Advent Calendar. We are so happy that you are here!

We post a video and reveal a new knitted Christmas ball every day until December 24th, 2020.

 

December 21. Peppermint.

A Christmas Ball with a candy cane inspired pattern.

See the video below and enjoy today’s photo. If you don’t have the advent calendar but would like to join in all the fun, click here or click on the image below.

 

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A chance to win an exclusive prize!

Take photos of the Christmas balls that you knit from our 2020 Advent Calendar, post them on Instagram and hashtag them with #arnecarlos and #sitandknitforabit. By doing that, you will be eligible to win a fabulous prize consisting of an exclusive ARNE & CARLOS project bag, one of our books personally dedicated and signed by us as well as a bunch of Prym Ergonomic Needles and hooks! We will select 2 lucky winners and announce them in early January. Good Luck!

 

Contest Information:

1. Tag your images on Instagram with #sitandknitforabit and #arnecarlos, and we will select two winners. Both tags must be used per image to enter the competition.

2. Only images of the Christmas Balls from the 2020 Advent Calendar will be considered. Images of other Christmas Ball designs, including balls from our book “55 Christmas Balls to Knit”, the mini-balls from our webshop or self-designed balls will not be considered.

3. As long as you are knitting the balls from the 2020 Advent Calendar, you may use any other colours than the ones we have used. Just be as creative as you like in your colour choices!

4. The photos must be posted and tagged on December 1st and until December 31st, 2020. Images posted before or after these dates will not be accepted.

5. The more images you post and tag during the above-mentioned dates, the more entries you have, the better the chances are to win!

6. The winners will not be selected randomly. Instead, we will select our two favourite photos based on the quality of the image and the creativity of the setting and staging.

7. We will ship the prize anywhere in the world, so everyone is eligible to enter this contest.

8. The two lucky winners will be announced at the beginning of January 2021. The prizes will ship sometime in the middle or end of January 2021.

 

This competition is brought to you in collaboration with PRYM. Check out PRYM Ergonomic Needles and Hooks here:

PRYM NORTH AMERICA

PRYM EUROPE / INTERNATIONAL

PRYM GERMANY

And here are some links for the Carbon needles, which, unfortunately, are currently not available in the USA:

EUROPE / INTERNATIONAL 

GERMANY 

 

And last but not least, here is the tutorial for our mini Christmas Balls, which is the same principle as these Christmas Balls:

 

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Enjoy!

ARNE & CARLOS

    • Teresa D Osburn on December 21, 2020 at 6:26 pm

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    Thank you for the gift of yourselves. I feel as if I’ve been able to knit with a group of friends this holiday, which has really helped keep me mentally healthy. I knitted a mouse doll for my granddaughter’s 3rd birthday and loaded the nose with Grandmumsie kisses. When she unpacked the Christmas balls I had knitted for them, she danced around, kissing them and saying, “You made these! You made these!” She now thinks anything knitted is loaded with kisses, and, of course, she’s right! I haven’t been able to figure out how to work Instagram, but I have posted photos of my tree with the balls on Facebook. A friend of mine who is a health care worker saved the photo as a screen shot and calls it up anytime she feels overwhelmed. She finds “my hygge tree” very calming, as do I this year. Thank you again for inviting us into your home, sharing of yourselves, and teaching us the traditions of Norway. I have Scandinavian ancestry, so I’m embracing gingerbread horses and nisse this Christmas. Christmas hugs and love from southern Utah, USA.

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