Sharing the Love and Sea Line Headband Pattern

A couple of months ago I designed this headband inspired on my other Sea Line patterns, which are becoming now a collection that I really like.

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The stitch, Feather & Fan is an easy lace stitch to work with delicate results, I don’t seem to get bored with it; it’s simply beautiful.

After designing the shawl and the fingerless mittens, I have added to the collection this cute little headband that combines elasticity and lace without changing needles, which is very appealing to me. This could be tricky if the tension isn’t the right one (check your gauge); also the blocking could make a difference, don’t stretch the ribbing part when blocking it.

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Having said this, it seems like you are going to make one, and I hope so! You can grab a free copy of the pattern until Friday, February 28th. Simply because I want to thank you all for your support and encouragement that have helped me to keep designing and now have lead me to create a new group on Ravelry to share, comment and enjoy these patterns and new ones that I’ll be creating soon! I just have lots of ideas that I’d love to share with you!

Info about Sea Line Headband

Finished Measurements

Length approx. 55 cm / 21 ½”

Width 9 cm. / 3 ½”



46 m / 50 yards of Cascade 220 (100% Wool, 220 yards per 100 grams skein) in shade 9430 Highland Green.


4 mm / US 6 needles


Stitch markers

Tapestry needle.

1 button.


Gauge 20 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette stitch.


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Spread the love!

I’m looking forward to seeing your projects and hearing your comments!



  1. Patrice says:

    I usually don’t like the feather and fan stitch, it struck me as a bit fussy and old fashioned looking. Your patterns, however, show it off to it’s best. Love your feather and fan projects!

    • Nuria RSB says:

      Thanks for your kind words, it’s great that you like them! Sometimes the most simple thing brings the nicest results, I think this stitch does that.

    • Nuria RSB says:

      Hi Cheri,
      Thanks for your comment. Visit the announcement thread over at my Ravelry group to get the coupon code, place the pattern in your cart and use the code during checkout. That’s all. Let me know if you have any trouble using the code, it should work. Happy knitting!

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