Dusty Skies is the 3rd pattern from the ebook Great Plains
- Crocheting my land, the Texas Panhandle.
As the third windiest city in the nation, Amarillo’s average wind speed is 13.3 mph. Somehow that number seems a tad low considering we can experience 50 mph gusts at times. Seriously, it never stops blowing. Ever. It is also a very dry climate, we’ve received 19.33” of rain in the last two years-combined. So, you can imagine, the sky can sometimes be a bit… dusty.
The fringed, bandana styling is a nod to our western style while the buttoned, cowl construction is chic and modern.
34” circumference, 14” depth
- 240 yds (220 m) of bulky weight (#5 bulky) yarn (A) and 210 yds (192 m) of worsted weight (#4 medium) yarn (B); Shown: Paton’s “Classic Wool Roving”, 100% wool, 120 yds (110 m)/3.5 oz (100 g) – 2 balls in color #77010 natural (A) and Paton’s “Classic Wool”, 100% wool, 210 yds (192 m)/3.5 oz (100 g) – 1 ball in color #77219 seafoam (B)
- I/9 (5.5 mm) and L/11 (8 mm) or sizes to obtain correct gauge
- Tapestry needle
- 2 Removable stitch marker
4 reps = 4” (10 cm) in cowl pat
Gauge is not crucial for this project.
This pattern has been professionally tech-edited for accuracy and has complete written instructions along with a clear diagram and schematic.
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