Can I take knitting needles?

Can you take knitting needles in hand luggage?

Yes, you can take knitting needles or crochet hooks with you both in your hand baggage and hold luggage.

Can you take knitting needles on a plane in Europe?

Still, the easy answer ahead: Yes, in most cases you can bring knitting needles on a plane in both your carry-on or checked baggage.

Can I take knitting needles on international flights?

Yes. Knitting needles, accompanied by yarn, are not subject to any security restrictions and are permitted in your carry-on luggage.

Can I take knitting needles on an Easyjet plane?

British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and Easyjet are all happy for you to carry knitting needles and crochet hooks in your hand luggage, they did say though that the final decision is with the airport so do check ahead before you fly. The best thing to do is to contact the airline directly or check their website.

Are knitting needles TSA approved?

Knitting needles and crochet hooks of any size and type (e.g., plastic, aluminum, bamboo) are permitted in carry-on or checked baggage.

Are knitting needles allowed on Ryanair flights?

Ryanair – knitting needles are not allowed – confirmed by two separate customer service agents on 17/01/2018.

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Can I bring scissors on a plane?

Checked Bags: Yes

If packed in carry-on, they must be less than 4 inches from the pivot point. Any sharp objects in checked bags should be sheathed or securely wrapped to prevent injury to baggage handlers and inspectors.

Can I knit on a domestic flight?

You can carry knitting and crochet needles on domestic flights, and blunt-ended or round-ended scissors with blades less than 6cm long, according to the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development.

Does Lufthansa allow knitting needles?

Lufthansa on Twitter: “@amandinevb Knitting needles can be taken as checked luggage and not as a carry on item.

Can you take knitting needles on a cruise?

I have done a lot of knitting (and cross-stitching, quilting, etc.) on cruises. I haven’t had any problems getting my needles on cruises, but it all has to be packed in your checked luggage for airlines.