Youngest Son and I are heading east to visit my parents. Well, first we head south, and then southeast, and then northeast. It is going to be a crazy day of flights and airports, and we do it again in reverse on the way home. I am packing knitting in my carry on, and embroidery in the checked bag.
Knitting will be another Sockhead Hat. I began this hat quite a while ago and it will make a perfect travel project.
Embroidery will be this little pre-printed sampler from dropcloth. So cheery. Embroidery needs a lot more supplies then knitting, and I packed them all into a travel bag.
Usually this bag from Tom Bihn holds all of the charging cords for travel. It is a great size and if needed, can double as a purse once we arrive at our destination.
A nice long strap is in the side pocket, ready to do double duty as a purse, and I also tucked a set of double pointed knitting needles there, just in case I make it to the crown of my hat.
Inside is everything I need to work on my sampler.
all ready to go
scissors, finger protectors, and wax are stored in the side pockets
I do not think I would try to bring this on board the airplane, the needles and scissors may not sit well with some TSA agents, but in a checked bag, I am good to go.
What do you take to work on during vacations?