(We’re pleased to welcome participants from Friendship, Homewood, Murrysville, Brookline, Allegheny Township and others! View updated maps below for Knit the Bridge’s panel-making networks)
So far enthusiasm for Knit the Bridge has been tremendous! We are so excited by the response and the geographic diversity of folks who’ve signed up to make a panel, donate materials, or take KtB out into their own communities…
Here are two maps of where we’re at so far. The first indicates where in the City of Pittsburgh people are knitting the bridge. The second shows townships of Allegheny County.
Map of the City of Pittsburgh KtB Participation
Map of Allegheny County KtB Participation
Key to Allegheny County map can be found at http://www.alleghenycounty.us/munimap/index.asp.
Planning on making a panel and don’t see your neighborhood or township represented?… Don’t forget to sign up in the sign up box on the blog (www.knitthebridge.wordpress.com).
Armstrong County: Freeport
Beaver County: Ambridge
Butler County: Cranberry Township, Franklin Township, Harmony, Sarver, Slippery Rock, Worth Township, Zelienople
Indiana County: Indiana
Washington County: Canonsburg, Cecil Township, Monongahela, Peters Township
Westmoreland County: Allegheny Township, Alverton, Crabtree, Greensburg, Hempfield Township, Irwin, Ligonier, Murrysville, New Kensington, North Huntington, Rostraver Township, Unity