Monday, March 13, 2006

Denise Interchangeable Knitting Needles

Does anyone use Denise Interchangeable Knitting Needles? Is this worth it? I've never used plastic needles before. Somehow it's just not appealing to me. But I like the idea of having a set that has all the usual sizes. Ready for any project.

4 comments:

Celtic Knitter said...

Never heard of this. Very interesting!! Hmm . . . I wonder if they are worth it?

Nice pic . . . I like the way the sunlight is hitting! The scarf gives you that Buddhist look :)

Jerry said...

I've seen them in mags and I've read a lot of good things about them but I've never used them. I have the original Needlemaster delux. It was my grams and I got it when she died. I thought about getting the Denise set as my grams set is ancient but I do not like plastic needles. I have a whole tub of plastic needles that were my grams, I keep them for sentiment but hate kitting with them. Metal and wood work for me..plastic is just too 'odd' to me.

If you see the Needlemaster set, pick that up...I love mine wen I need to use it.

Dave Daniels said...

I'm with Jerry on this one. I have seen/touched the Denise, but didn't like the feel of them. I have the Needlemaster set, but have not used them very often. I like my birch DPNs, and the aluminum second.

Jason said...

How flexible are the cords on the Needlemaster?

I've only used bamboo and aluminum myself. I love bamboo DPN's, and knitting with aluminum circ's is a joy! Haven't tried wood needles. I just might have to pick some up and try.