Category Community Meet Ups

Community Celebration Today! 3-7pm

Today we’re going to party like it’s 2013 and we created the largest yarnbomb on a bridge, ever! Please join us today, Sunday, August 25th from 3-7 pm on the Andy Warhol/7th Street Bridge for a ginormous Art Party to celebrate this amazing accomplishment and to acknowledge the hard work of Knit the Bridge’s many […]

Time to Celebrate!

You’ve put in the hours, now it’s time to celebrate your work and our community’s accomplishment at Knit the Bridge’s biggest community meet up. Join us August 25th from 3-7pm on the Warhol/7th Street Bridge. The Art Party is open to the public and there is no entry fee.  Come to meet the makers, celebrate […]

Community Documented Images of the Install

Knit the Bridge has been an awesome journey of collaboration.  Just as we’ve collaborated to put it up, so too are many different individuals and groups working on documenting the process.  Enjoy this collection of images from a variety of photographers and vantage points. Want to see more?  Check out recent media coverage: POP City […]

Come on in, the Plate’s fine!

Volunteer with us as we get closer and closer to installation time! There are plenty of tasks for knitters and non-knitters to complete. Some things to help with are whipstitching the panels to help them lay flat, attaching zip/cable ties, and tagging, shown in this video! Other tasks we need help with include organizing panels […]

Washington Countians Support Knit the Bridge!

We are 48 strong, hailing from Burgettstown, Canonsburg, Cecil, Finleyville, Hanover, Houston, Monongahela, McMurray, Peters, Roscoe, South Strabane, and Washington.  We don’t all know each other, but we have a common purpose—transforming the Warhol Bridge with awesome fiber art!  Some of us are pre-existing knitting and crochet groups, some are KtB splinter groups, and others […]

Westmoreland County Knits the Bridge

Community Leader and guest blogger Amy Rustic talks about Westmoreland involvement from the Greensburg area.  From the start Knit the Bridge has had great support from stitchers in every Southwestern Pennsylvanian county.  Amy’s group formed in the Greensburg area and were responsible for at least (and this could be a total underestimation) 20 panels and […]

82% of Allegheny County!

Knit the Bridge is an ambitious project – in many ways. Not only will it be the largest yarnbomb in the United States, EVER… with thousands of participants, but it also aims to accurately represent the people of Southwestern Pennsylvania. One way that we’re measuring this participation is through mapping neighborhoods, townships and boroughs, Southwestern […]