A monumental craft achievement took place last week in Pittsburgh as the Knit the Bridge project successfully wrapped much of the Andy Warhol Bridge in hundreds of brightly designed panels made from many different fiber art traditions.
It’s a result of 1,000s of volunteer hours, many contributing hands, and lots of logistical wizardry. Plus it’s an absolute joy to be seen. The installation stays up into early September 2013 so hurry and get out there.
Have you seen it? What’s your takeaway?
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