Last night Allegheny County Council unanimously passed Knit the Bridge ordinance approving the use of the Andy Warhol Bridge.
It’s the Warhol
Join us in the celebration of bridges, Pittsburgh, and the region’s history!
Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!i am so excited and happy for you and all the volunteers. Love Mom
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I am hoping to make a visit to Pittsburgh to see it in person. What a sight it will be!
My mother enjoys knitting and she had seen your story and would love to do something but not sure how to go about helping. She is in her 70s and going through chemotherapy but really showed a great interest in your project. We use in punxsutawney pa ( home of the ghog) so not sure if you think that’s too far…please contact me if you see any assist we can do…thank you and good luck:) joyce
Your mother would be welcome to participate. We need railing covers (all black acrylic worsted weight yarn, garter, stockinette, or double crochet). There are two sizes 9″ x 105″ or 15″ x 80″. Please sign her up on the blog sidebar so we can keep track of how many we need! Thanks email with any other questions firstname.lastname@example.org
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