What kind of scissors can you take on a plane?
Scissors are allowed on a plane in your carry-on bag as long as the blades do not exceed four inches; otherwise, they should go in your checked bag. (For travel, consider small folding safety scissors such as these.)
Can I fly with knitting needles?
Knitting needles and crochet hooks of any size and type (e.g., plastic, aluminum, bamboo) are permitted in carry-on or checked baggage.
Can you take scissors in hold luggage?
There are several items that you are allowed to carry in hold luggage that you are not allowed to carry on-board with you in your hand luggage. Items that you can have in your hold baggage but not in your hand baggage include: Liquids, creams, gels and pastes in containers over 100ml. Sharp items including scissors.