Yesterday I linked to an article about taking your knitting with you on vacation … if you’re lucky enough to take a vacation this year, of course.
Have you knitted on a plane before? My daughters have somehow gotten aluminum knitting needles on board in their carry-on luggage (how, I’ll never know … nor do I want to), but the rest of us need to keep in mind the TSA rules and regs and also international carrier’s restrictions. Other modes of transport may have rules as well, although I’ve never had a problem on Canadian rail with my handwork.
This article by Laura Nixon in the Detroit Knitting Examiner gives timely advice on how to knit in your plane seat without putting your neighbour’s eyes out. I’ve nearly gouged holes in The Hubz’ face simply driving in the car before, so I need to check this article out!