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Taking Your Stitching When You Travel
I go away for a few days on a business trip next week, I'm attending a marketing conference in Atlanta the 18th - 22nd. Usually I take a stitching project with me when I travel, and the few times I've flown I haven't had a problem with my tiny travel scissors being in one of my checked bags. However, this trip it's just me and I don't plan on paying $50 to check my one suitcase since it's carry-on sized. I'll have my suitcase and my totebag/purse with me and that's about it, I travel pretty light. So obviously a carry on bag with a pair of scissors isn't going to fly - literally. I know some folks have mentioned using nail clippers or cuticle scissors in the past. I'm actually thinking about picking up or ordering a Clover Thread Cutter this weekend just so I don't have to think about. I know they are really being picky about what passes security these days - I don't even want to think about the TSA pat down on the way through security in Atlanta *shudder* So all of this has me