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new design: talara cowl

woman wearing a 3-color handknit cowl

Introducing the Talara Cowl designed by Sarah Keller. Berroco Talara is a new yarn this Fall that just begs to be squished. It is made of 100% baby llama in a chainette construction that creates a lightweight and airy fabric when knit up. The available colors were so hard to choose from that I felt inspired to use as many as I could in this design (although I settled on three 😂). 


This project is very approachable, with small sections of color transition. It is a great first-colorwork project for anyone who has never worked with two colors in one row before. It can be worn hanging long, or doubled around your neck for extra warmth.


Cook up your own combo, or try one of our grab-n-go bundles.

a woman wearing a handknit cowl
a woman wearing a handknit cowl


Finished Size:  48" circumference, 11" tall 
Pattern: Talara Cowl by Sarah Keller 
Yarn:  1 skein each of three colors Berroco Talara (132 yds/50g, 100% baby llama); OR  810 yards worsted weight yarn; shown in colors 7316 Piura, 7322 Cusco, and 7331 Arequipa
Gauge: 16 stitches over 4 inches [10 cm] in Stockinette stitch
Needles: 24-32" circular size US 10.5 (6.5mm) 


Here at Knot Another Hat, our team loves helping you put together the perfect project. If you would like assistance picking out the right quantities of yarn, seeing colors compared side-by-side, choosing sizes, etc, please don't hesitate to reach out!

You can email Team Awesome at, or text us at 541-308-0002 and we would be happy to help get your next project into your hands!

handknit cowl

handknit cowl

handknit cowl

handknit cowl

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