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Yes, it’s hard to believe, but it’s been an entire year since the installation of Knit the Bridge on that warm and sunny weekend 365 days ago. So much has happened and yet the pace of the past year has been remarkably slow compared to the 18 months leading up to the fabulous creative collaboration […]
The railing re-purposing action continues at Knit the Bridge. Close to 100 railings-turned scarves were delivered to the Allegheny YMCA before Thanksgiving. Blanket kits were assembled and then distributed (we have a couple left). Students at the Environmental Charter School are using the kits to make 20-30 more blankets for donation. Animal enthusiasts have converted […]
You might not have seen Fiberarts Guild and KtB Team member Martha Wasik before, but you definitely know her work. Martha is the graphic design talent behind Knit the Bridge’s print and graphic materials, which have played a critical role in communicating Knit the Bridge’s vision even before the first panels were stitched. If there’s […]
Nothing brings folks out of the woodwork like the Three Rivers Arts Festival. A 10 day long festival of music, performance, arts and crafts, food, and hands-on activities, Knit the Bridge is delighted to be a part of it! We’re there every day (June 7-16th) from noon-6pm and are located in the […]
June 1st is the deadline for Panels and Partial Panels. We have enough folks signed up, but now we need you to follow through and bring us your works of art. You can drop off your knit and crochet items at any one of our Drop-Off Points. Please remember to attach a label (you can […]
Hi Folks! Most of you know that Knit the Bridge is the outreach of Fiberart International 2013 – which is up and on view right now! Also FI has a new look. Check out the new fabulous website, tour the exhibition, and learn more about the show!
Introducing Norman Beck, Technical Advisor for the Upper Level Installation! While you might not have seen Norman knitting for the bridge, he has played a crucial role working behind the scenes with riggers, engineers, public works, and machine knitters. Often, you can find Norman at Knit the Bridge functions spreading the word and using the […]