Can I take knitting needles on an airplane?

Answer Knitting needles and needles used for needlepoint are permitted in your carry-on luggage, according to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) guidelines. Straight knitting needles are app... Read More »

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Can you take knitting needles on the airplane?

As of 2010, the Transportation Security Administration allows passengers to bring knitting needles on board an airplane in either checked or carry-on baggage. The TSA prohibits carrying on board an... Read More »

Can you fly on an airplane with knitting needles?

Knitting needles are allowed in either your carry-on luggage or checked luggage. However, circular thread cutters or cutters that have a blade inside, are not allowed in your carry-on luggage. Thos... Read More »

Can I take my knitting needles on an airline?

You can take your knitting needles on an airplane, either in carry-on or checked baggage. You cannot, however, take any knitting or sewing-related items with any sort of blade, such as thread cutte... Read More »

Who invented knitting needles?

The inventor of knitting needles cannot be traced back to one specific person. However, the earliest form of knitting is traced back to and found in Egyptian tombs that date back to 400 and 500 B.C... Read More »