View Full Version : Where to buy Denise Interchangeables online

01-21-2006, 07:29 PM
Yay! A colleague is going to the US on vacation & he's offered to transport some items back for me... so I've decided to take the opportunity to get another set of interchangeables to allow me to do small diameter stuff without having to use different size needles (yes, I've been doing that :oops: ) I already have a set of Boye's & I want non-metal since I'm still running into metal needles being banned on non-US flights.

The Denise's seem the obvious set to buy - but does anyone have a recommendation for an site to buy from? And should I buy any spare parts immediately like longer cables? This is a one time deal & while I don't want to abuse the offer by ordering too much, I want to get all the necessities.

And before I click that order button, are there any other interchangeable sets people would recommend? Because of all the travelling I do, I want to just have the 2 interchangeable sets & very little else, certainly no other needles.

Thanks everyone - it's 1am here so I'm off to bed & will be up bright & early to go internet shopping :D

01-21-2006, 08:23 PM
you can buy directly at the Denise website (http://www.knitdenise.com) OR from me (http://www.taraknit.com)! If you want them dyed pretty colors, Amy is the one you want to contact!

01-21-2006, 08:33 PM
Check to see if Copper Moose has any on Ebay. They quite often have "buy it now" on brand new sets. Love my Denise set!

01-21-2006, 09:58 PM
I know there are places that you can get them. I know Knitpicks has them, and Ebay sells them cheap.. I'd check on Ebay alot. Sometimes you can get REALLY good deals on them there, as long as you don't mind used things.. Sometimes they come used, and sometimes they come brand new.. Maybe you could get either or..

01-22-2006, 04:55 PM
Thanks for the suggestions. Ebay is a no-no because I can't use PayPal with a Ukraine billing address for my credit cards. It's a royal PITA. So I went via Knitpicks since they had free shopping... and spent $100 on needles & assorted fun stuff :happydance: Now I just have to wait impatiently until 4th March when my colleague returns to work - agony, or as they say here "kashmar"! :crying: