Knitting on airplanes
Be nice to the TSA workers. Imagine the consequences if you tick them off. So with all the recent craziness in the world of aviation and talk of scary new security measures, the knitter's mind naturally turns to a crucial issue: Does this mean I can't fly with my knitting any more? Good question.
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#1 Jan 14, 2010
Please don't take knitting away from us on airlines. Been there done that and don't want to be there again. Knitting is relaxing and enjoyable for anyone that loves to knit.
#2 Jan 27, 2010
Knitting needles on any form of transportation can not only become a weapon but look at the danger they could be in a wreck.
#3 Sep 29, 2010
On a commercial flight from TX to PA, I was allowed to knit. The only restriction was that the scissors I brought on board be rounded at the tips (ie: children's scissors). No problem!
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