Foxy G's Den of i-KNIT-quity

04/06/2009

Monday Morning Musings…

The Denise Interchangeable Knitting Needle kit is the best invention since sliced bread.  Where else can you find almost all the needle sizes you need in one compact and affordable kit?  By joing the Interchangeable Needle heads to flexible cords, each of the ten pairs makes a variety of straight and circular needle lengths.  This makes the kit perfect for working on small projects like dish cloths or large projects like baby blankets and afghans.

Ever since I was introduced to the Denise Interchangeable Knitting Needle kit about five years ago, I have been a card carrying member of their fan club.  Knitting parts are guaranteed with normal use, and I can personally attest to that.  Last year, I had a problem with one of the flexible cords in my kit, and all it took was a phone call to receive a new one in the mail.  And, oh by the way, as of April 1, 2009, Denise Interchangeable Knitting Needles has donated $110,129 to breast cancer research through the S.D. Ireland fund. 

I was at the knit store on Sunday and ended up selling their last kit to a new knitter who was about to spend more than $20 for circular needles for one project.  I showed her how versatile the Denise kit was and how it was far most cost effective than buying a set of needles for every project.  For information on Denise, check out their website: www.knitdenise.com/  

A picture is worth 1,000 words…These are the two shawls on which I was working this past week.  I just got them listed in my etsy shop. 

 

Goddess Shawl Wrap - After the Rain

Goddess Shawl Wrap - After the Rain

 

 

Goddess Shawl Wrap - Festival of Flowers

Goddess Shawl Wrap - Festival of Flowers

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