Lots of good suggestions above. I almost got a set of Venerati - samples worth checking out. They have NCV chips that you can use as fracs for a micro set.
I'd also throw in some chips from DiscountPokerShip:
For well under 16 cents a chip, these feel surprisingly good, if a touch heavy. Since they're so cheap, you can afford to make a slightly bigger set, accommodating more kinds of games, and still save for "better" chips later.
I'd suggest strongly considering a cheap chip and doing this:
Get $10, $50, $100, $500 chips to use for your dime game, playing as dime, fifty cent, dollar, and five dollar.
(In a set that has no $10, just get $5 to use as nickels.)
Add $25, and you're good for a quarter game and quarter-fifty.
The high end of this can double as part of a tourney set - many tourney sets use the 25 as a base.
The money that's left becomes the base for saving for a better cash set. If your game takes off, you'll definitely want a separate cash set and tourney set, and these cheap chips can become your tourney set while you build a better micro cash set... or these can stay your micro cash set as you build a better tourney set.
Either way, if you take your time and look for people selling their better chips, you can get better chips at a better price - and having a cheap playable set with plenty of chips keeps you from being tempted to buy the wrong set because you're in a rush. Takes the pressure off. You can take your time and build the sets you really want.
And you'll still probably be able to get part of your money back by selling the cheap ones, or make a nice gift... or buy even MORE cheap ones for a big multi-table tourney, if you go that route.
If your game never takes off, or doesn't take off for a few years, you may be glad you didn't spend several hundred on an intermediate set.
This may make no sense in your situation, but it make make sense to consider it.