Can I Take a Crochet Hook on a Plane?

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As of the end of January 2012, you can carry crochet hooks on planes in the United States. However, there are some countries where they are not allowed on planes.
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1. Collect a wide range of hook sizes, if you plan on doing a tremendous variety of crochet projects. They range from .5 mm (used for fine thread and filet crochet) to 19 mm and also
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1. Select the material you want your hook to be in. You can use a wooden or plastic. chopstick. or a hardwood dowel. You can even start with a reasonably straight piece of a branch,
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You can take a crochet hook on a plane but you have to ensure that it is circular and about 31 inches in total length. It should also be made of bamboo and not metal and you have to carry a yarn.
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