I don’t have any personal experience with bringing knitting needles, etc. on flights, but I remember reading a tip about doing so. If you’re worried about confiscation, bring along an envelope (or box if you need to package something larger) and sufficient postage to mail your needles and/or…
I don’t know about now, but when I went to Hawaii a few years ago [right after they caught the bombing attempt in London] I took a plastic crochet hook on all my flights with no problems, and it was the time they decided liquids were bad. Check the regulations posted on airline websites, and if it doesn’t specifically say you can’t bring them, print off the sheet and take it with you in case they give you trouble.
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