The flight to Britain takes 6 + hours. The flight back home 7+ hours, so I figured I need something to do to keep me out of mischief as I am a rotten traveller. I decided knitting would be the way to go. Knitting a ribbed hand is an easy thing to do and doesn't take up much room, especially as I am sitting in the middle seat of a row of three.
So after much searching I found this site that tells you what you can and cannot bring on a plane. It seems knitting needles are fine, which is good, as if you are a knitter you know how expensive the needles are, so don't want them confiscated by customs.
Here is the latest hat I have just knit:
This is for Liam and it's the second one I have knit for him as the first one was too small. The little guy has his father's big head!!
Now I am back to knitting twiddlemuffs. Have a couple I want done before the end of the month. You can read more about twiddlemuffs here.