Amarillo. Yes, where you can get a free 72oz steak, see Cadillac Ranch and, on occasion, hear that great song by George Strait… it is my hometown.
I chose this particular piece to give the name ‘Amarillo’ because here, we are a little bit country & a little bit city. With a quickly growing population nearing 275k, it is certainly a city (we even have “traffic”, now). As for a little bit country, on pretty much every outing you are certain to see a cowboy in spurs and it is not uncommon for horses to be “parked” at the Dairy Queen.
The fringed, bandana styling is a nod to our western style while the buttoned, cowl construction is chic and modern.
Amarillo is the 4th pattern from the ebook Great Plains
– Crocheting my land, the Texas Panhandle.
31” circumference, 24” depth
- 375 yds (342 m) of dk weight (#3 light) yarn; Shown: Fiddlesticks Knitting “Silk Sensation”, 100% silk, 124 yds (114 m)/1.76 oz (50 g): 3 balls in color #301 oatmeal
- Size G/6-crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge
- Tapestry needle
- Stitch marker
Gauge is not crucial for this project.
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