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    Senior Member nikki128's Avatar
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    Does anyone know if I can take my hand quilting project on the plane with needle and thread?


    I could not find any info on TSA .

    thanks

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    I have a friend who used a dental floss containter to cut the tread because she couldn't take scissors.

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    Needles and thread are not a problem, small scissor are allowed.
    Last I looked the blades had to be under 4" so I took a pair of manicure scissors without any problems.

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    Sweet .. Thank you I have a 2 hour lay over and wanted to bring a small project to bind. I will bring cheap supplies in case they tae them on me.

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    Amma do you know about dress maker pins?

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    I've taken my quilt on a plane , no problem. No one said a word as I worked on it. Have fun.

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