I am traveling in 5 weeks from now from Wisconsin to Panama, visit family.
My flight there is going to be almost 11hour flight and than on way back it will be a 14hour flight. layovers are going to be 2-3hour long between flights.
I love crocheting, and i figure be good to keep me busy while waiting on every layover as well while flying. I use is a .75 mm steel crochet hook, am crocheting pineapple lace's, patterns, and all that fun stuff.
And I am wondering if anyone knows if i can bring my crocheting tools, such as the crocheting hook and yarn into airplane? I am going international, i dont know if that would make a difference too.
Thanks in advance!
TSA site states: "In general, you may place your knitting needles and needlepoint tools in carry-on or checked baggage. Circular thread cutters or any other cutter or needlepoint tools that contain blades must be placed in checked baggage. You are permitted to keep scissors smaller than 4 inches in your carry-on baggage. Even if an item is generally permitted, it may be subject to additional screening or not allowed through the checkpoint if it triggers an alarm during the screening process, appears to have been tampered with, or poses other security concerns. The final decision rests with TSA on whether to allow any items on the plane." The
TSA also has a mobile app that you can download to search for any items you want to check are allowed.
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