The controvery on TSA's policy about small sharp objects, large hocky sticks and inflated egos accompanying airflight passengers on commercial flights rages on Capitol Hill. I bask in the warm knowledge that knitting needles build civilization, and are hense, benign objects to the agency.
Sharpened sticks suggested to be used for knitting may challenge this quietude...my Jesuit friends have suggested following the example of Francis I...take the bus and keep to your humble knitting.
But I dissemble. My issue storms in controvery. Let me be blunt...ehhrrr...sharp.
Should the august TKGA (The Knitting Guild Association) command a leadership position in the use of sharp razors to tear unruly fleece a new surface, OR electric or mechanical shavers to mow down irregular tufts, OR hand-held friction tools that rip fiber from innocent knitwear?
What do you use to remove pills from YOUR handmade beauties?