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    Old 05-26-2011, 01:34 AM
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    So next week i have to go to GA for training. I will have my nights free, So i am wondering if any of you have flown, What can i bring? There is no way that my Designer SE is going in baggage check, but what about my rotatory blade or scissors? Thanks bunches
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    Old 05-26-2011, 01:48 AM
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    they took my crane scissors so i'd say leave all sharps behind in case they take them from you too
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    Old 05-26-2011, 02:08 AM
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    I have never been on a plane so I couldn't tell you what you can or cannot bring.
    I am sure that they are not going to let you take scissors or your cutter as they both can be used as a weapon. If it were me, I would take a project already cut and just buy a pair of cheap scissors when I get to my destination.
    You may be able to bring them if you put them in your checked luggage but I really don't know so don't listen to me. LOL But that is what I would do if it were me. You have a safe trip. :)
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    Old 05-26-2011, 02:11 AM
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    Ck online either with your airline or TSA ..I am sure you can take a small pair of scissors now. I always ck before flying because things change all the time. Have a great flight !
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    Old 05-26-2011, 02:32 AM
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    You can take small blunt tip scissors. I bring Friskars children's scissors with a blunt tip. Wlamart or the link might carrry it. I like this brand because they actually cut.
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    Old 05-26-2011, 02:35 AM
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    blades under 4 inches and needles and pins can go onto the plane. all other has to be checked. yes go to the TSA website. it will tell you all of the rules. no rotary blades on the plane. they must be in your bag.
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    I say no to the cutter, but you can buy one when you get there and leave it there when you leave.
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    I have a Janome Gem (my travel machine) that does fit in the overhead so I can carry it on and the rest of the stuff Iput in my suitcase that was checked in. Oh ya take the needle out of machine and put the presser foot down.
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    I am flying today and am bringing my english paper piecing (all done by hand) project.
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    Old 05-26-2011, 03:27 AM
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    it really depends on the airline- some of them allow you to take scissors that are 4" or smaller- some do not- some allow a nice sewing kit= some say- no needles ?!?
    it's funny=
    last time i flew was Delta- i was allowed to take my 4" stork scissors, my sewing kit (including needles and pins)
    you can check the airline web site- they list exactly what they will not allow....and it seems that the list changes- so what may have been allowed last month may not be today- so check the list to be sure.
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