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Lissa
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Posted - 05/18/2003 :  8:17:44 PM  Show Profile  Visit Lissa's Homepage Send Lissa a Private Message
I'm happy to report that after I posted the message entitled "I"m about ready to melt my Denises into fake dog pooh!", one of the new owners (I can't remember if it was Emily or Linda) wrote to tell me that the first run of "their" version of the needles had defective cables (no need to tell me!) that no yarn would slide on. They sent me a set of the new cables, which I received in just a couple of days.

I first used the new cables today - WHAT A DIFFERENCE! Now THIS is what I expected the Denises to be! So, while I may still make blue fake dog pooh out of the original cables, I'm very much relieved to discover that I can happily use my "new" set with joy. I'll be ordering additional joiners in the next couple of days.

Good job, Emily and Linda!!!


Lissa
You may be right - I may be crazy. But it just may be a lunatic you're looking for!
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DetroiterInNYC


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Posted - 05/29/2003 :  11:39:25 AM  Show Profile Send DetroiterInNYC a Private Message
I originally bought a bates set of interchangable needles and learned the hard way about the problem with the needles unscrewing. I became a wreck, checking my needles at the end of every row until I found DENISE! Got to say I love them. They aren't the only needles I use (I still love my Addi Turbos) but they are great for travelling and when a pattern calls for switching to a needle size I don't have (going up of course).

You should check them out!

Best regards,
Stacy
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DetroiterInNYC


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Posted - 05/29/2003 :  11:39:25 AM  Show Profile Send DetroiterInNYC a Private Message
I originally bought a bates set of interchangable needles and learned the hard way about the problem with the needles unscrewing. I became a wreck, checking my needles at the end of every row until I found DENISE! Got to say I love them. They aren't the only needles I use (I still love my Addi Turbos) but they are great for travelling and when a pattern calls for switching to a needle size I don't have (going up of course).

You should check them out!

Best regards,
Stacy
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DetroiterInNYC


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Posted - 05/29/2003 :  11:39:25 AM  Show Profile Send DetroiterInNYC a Private Message
I originally bought a bates set of interchangable needles and learned the hard way about the problem with the needles unscrewing. I became a wreck, checking my needles at the end of every row until I found DENISE! Got to say I love them. They aren't the only needles I use (I still love my Addi Turbos) but they are great for travelling and when a pattern calls for switching to a needle size I don't have (going up of course).

You should check them out!

Best regards,
Stacy
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redhotknitter
New Pal

15 Posts

Posted - 06/07/2003 :  2:40:18 PM  Show Profile Send redhotknitter a Private Message
Hello Emily and others,

I'm so excited about these Denise Needles! I had never heard of them until yesterday. I received a package in the mail from my mother and it was a set of the Denise Interchangeable Needles. What a fabulous invention. I've been knitting with them for several hours today and I love them. They are light, comfortable and although I've tried -- blissfully impossible to disconnect. I can't believe they are so sturdy!

I'm obsessed with different kinds of needles...love my bamboo, birch, etc...but I'm just thrilled to have these. They will come in handy so much and it's a delight to have all the sizes in one spot!

Thanks for bringing them back!

Becky


Wife to firefighter/paramedic Troy, Mamma to Lily (3 years old) and Colby (1 year old)
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redhotknitter
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15 Posts

Posted - 06/07/2003 :  2:40:18 PM  Show Profile Send redhotknitter a Private Message
Hello Emily and others,

I'm so excited about these Denise Needles! I had never heard of them until yesterday. I received a package in the mail from my mother and it was a set of the Denise Interchangeable Needles. What a fabulous invention. I've been knitting with them for several hours today and I love them. They are light, comfortable and although I've tried -- blissfully impossible to disconnect. I can't believe they are so sturdy!

I'm obsessed with different kinds of needles...love my bamboo, birch, etc...but I'm just thrilled to have these. They will come in handy so much and it's a delight to have all the sizes in one spot!

Thanks for bringing them back!

Becky


Wife to firefighter/paramedic Troy, Mamma to Lily (3 years old) and Colby (1 year old)
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redhotknitter
New Pal

15 Posts

Posted - 06/07/2003 :  2:40:18 PM  Show Profile Send redhotknitter a Private Message
Hello Emily and others,

I'm so excited about these Denise Needles! I had never heard of them until yesterday. I received a package in the mail from my mother and it was a set of the Denise Interchangeable Needles. What a fabulous invention. I've been knitting with them for several hours today and I love them. They are light, comfortable and although I've tried -- blissfully impossible to disconnect. I can't believe they are so sturdy!

I'm obsessed with different kinds of needles...love my bamboo, birch, etc...but I'm just thrilled to have these. They will come in handy so much and it's a delight to have all the sizes in one spot!

Thanks for bringing them back!

Becky


Wife to firefighter/paramedic Troy, Mamma to Lily (3 years old) and Colby (1 year old)
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redhotknitter
New Pal

15 Posts

Posted - 06/07/2003 :  2:40:18 PM  Show Profile Send redhotknitter a Private Message
Hello Emily and others,

I'm so excited about these Denise Needles! I had never heard of them until yesterday. I received a package in the mail from my mother and it was a set of the Denise Interchangeable Needles. What a fabulous invention. I've been knitting with them for several hours today and I love them. They are light, comfortable and although I've tried -- blissfully impossible to disconnect. I can't believe they are so sturdy!

I'm obsessed with different kinds of needles...love my bamboo, birch, etc...but I'm just thrilled to have these. They will come in handy so much and it's a delight to have all the sizes in one spot!

Thanks for bringing them back!

Becky


Wife to firefighter/paramedic Troy, Mamma to Lily (3 years old) and Colby (1 year old)
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redhotknitter
New Pal

15 Posts

Posted - 06/07/2003 :  2:40:18 PM  Show Profile Send redhotknitter a Private Message
Hello Emily and others,

I'm so excited about these Denise Needles! I had never heard of them until yesterday. I received a package in the mail from my mother and it was a set of the Denise Interchangeable Needles. What a fabulous invention. I've been knitting with them for several hours today and I love them. They are light, comfortable and although I've tried -- blissfully impossible to disconnect. I can't believe they are so sturdy!

I'm obsessed with different kinds of needles...love my bamboo, birch, etc...but I'm just thrilled to have these. They will come in handy so much and it's a delight to have all the sizes in one spot!

Thanks for bringing them back!

Becky


Wife to firefighter/paramedic Troy, Mamma to Lily (3 years old) and Colby (1 year old)
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