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Can you take knitting needles on a domestic flight in your carry on ?


In the USA yes.

Airline Travel Rules For Knitters and Crocheters - Lion Brand Notebook

www.lionbrand.com/blog/your-guide-to-flying-with-knitting-and-crochet/Nov 21, 2014 - Here are some frequently asked questions on the subject so you can be in the know about what you are permitted to take on the plane. Are knitting needles and crochet hooks allowed in carry-on luggage? On domestic flights in the US, knitting needles and crochet hooks are permitted by the TSA in carry-on luggage.

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What size is a knitting needle of 150 cm


point 9 cm, i. e. 9 cm

That is the conversion of size 13 knitting needle and has nothing to so with 150 cm

Needle size conversion chart

The size chart converts to mm. A unit chart converts that to the quoted CM.

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List of abbreviations for crochet


easiest Google ever! :>) There are images to in the main link at the bottom.

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https://www.thespruce.com > ... > Needlecrafts > Crochet > Crochet Basics That said, if you happen to come across a pattern that is missing its abbreviations, here is a listing of commonly used crochet abbreviations chat can be useful.

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abbreviations.yourdictionary.com > ... > Crochet Abbreviations Commonly-used Crochet Abbreviations. beg - beginning. BL - Back Loop, block, or bobble, depending on the context. BP - Back Post. ch - chain stitch. cl - cluster. cont - continue. dc - double crochet. dec - decrease.

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Can a person take a crochet project on board ?


Probably not. They don't allow knitting needles

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Can you please tell me what the crochet abbreviation (esc) means?


extended single crochet
  1. Step 1: Insert hook from front to back through stitch to be worked.
  2. Step 2: Yo hook.
  3. Step 3: Draw loop through fabric.
  4. Step 4: Yo and draw through first loop only, forming a chain stitch.
  5. Step 5: Yo and draw through both loops on hook.

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How to perform a front post treble stitch as well as a back post treble stitch


This video will probably help:

Crochet Front Post Treble Crochet FPtrc

To make the stitch on the back of the stitch, you would insert the hook from the back side of the project and work the treble stitch on the back.

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How to do a fhd crochet stitch


Forward half double crochet.
yarn over twice.
Put hook through the front of the stitch.
Yarn over.
Pull yarn through all three loops.
You have now done an fhd.

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