Welcome to the world's largest cotton patch!
Terry County is located in West Texas, just south of Lubbock. Known for cotton, peanuts, great musicians and outstanding basketball
players, there are plenty of sights to see in our county as you travel around to view the Quilt Trail, 10 7' x 7' quilt blocks.
One block, Tumbleweed,
is located in Meadow at Meadow Farmers Co-op Gin. Watch out - you might see real tumbleweeds rolling across the road out there! Meadow is the hometown of Sonny Curtis, composer of many hits including Bobby Fuller’s “I Fought the Law”.
The remaining quilt blocks - Log Cabin, Arrowhead, Texas Star, Grandmother's Crosses, Country Farms, Wild Duck, Century of Progress, Mexican Star and Bear's Paw -
are in Brownfield
with plans to add more blocks around the county!
Park your RV free for four days at Coleman
Park (Wild Duck), fish or feed the
ducks at Gillham Park (about a mile east of Mexican Star) or let the kids play at the Kiddie Park (Century of Progress). The Terry County Heritage Museum is on the
same block as the Kiddie Park. Step in
to see antique quilts, exhibits on Indians, buffalo, cowboys, pioneer homes and
more. While you’re there, ask about
Skip-Bo; this popular card game was invented in Brownfield!