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Nazanin Fard


Nazanin S. Fard is a knitting/crochet designer with more than 700 published designs, dating all the way back to 1992. She started self-publishing some designs in 2007  in an electronic format offered on my web site www.lacenmore.comHer designs are regularly published in magazines and on yarn company web sites. Nazanin became interested in knitting at around age four, when her mom started knitting for her unborn sister. She learned then and hardly ever put down her knitting needles.

Nazanin learned to crochet from her craft teacher in middle school since using a hook instead of two needles always intrigued her.

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Projects by Nazanin Fard


Steeplechase Cabled Vest

Steeplechase is a gorgeous pattern for a wonderful vest that boasts a classic V-neckline, buttoned front and a simple, striking texture. Add a bit of warmth to your outfit with this timeless piece that mixes effortlessly with closet staples.

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Ainsley Top

Inspired by the beauty and airiness of an open meadow, each element of this piece has been carefully planned to create an intricate project featuring a wide variety of crochet techniques. Boasting a series of joined lace motifs around the neck, the Ainsley Top is perfect for all your summertime adventures. Ainsley is Scottish for “one’s own meadow” and perhaps this top can be your own “meadow” too

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Ocean Mist Filet Crochet Wrap

This wonderful wrap is worked in a beautiful filet lace pattern as light as the mist off the waves. The beauty of the pattern is that the top and bottom edges of the wrap are worked in triangular motifs that create a delicate gorgeous shape. Floaty and ethereal, pair this wrap with a lightweight dress for an effortlessly beachy ensemble.

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Coletta Cardigan

This beautiful cardigan starts with a row of beautiful motifs that is worked on both fronts and center back. The rest of the body is worked sideways in a simple double crochet pattern. The three-quarter length sleeves are worked in double crochet with a row of motifs at the cuffs.

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One Hour Liana Bracelets

Get your crochet fix with this quick summer project made in fingering weight yarn or size 10 crochet thread. The closure is a ring made of chains going around a little crocheted button. Crocheted in under an hour, this project is perfect for scrap yarn and makes an excellent gift or friendship bracelet.

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Artisan Tile Throw & Pillow Set

This is a beautiful pillow and throw set that follows a hexagon tile pattern from the Middle East. The tile pattern is translated beautifully into crochet for a stunning way to brighten up your favorite chair.

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Guava Beginner Beanie 

This is an easy crocheted hat project geared toward beginner crocheters. The bottom edge is a double ribbing double crochet and the body is worked in single crochet and chains. Get ready for chilly weather with this trendy and easy hat!

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Avri Pillow

Unique cables grace the front and back of this throw pillow for a trendy yet classic addition to your home. Worked in two pieces and joined at the end, this intermediate pattern is a great way to get used to working with front post double crochet.

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Adella Half Circle Shawl

Adella is a beautiful half circle shawl that is worked from top down. In fact, it is more of a three-quarter shawl which will stay on the shoulder because of the shape. To create an eye-pleasing look, popcorns have been added at points of increases every other row until shawl is at the appropriate length. The bottom edge is a row of popcorns and to complete the look.

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Ophelia Lace Shawl

Ophelia begins with a length of beautiful lace edging. When the edging is the desired length then the body of the shawl begins by working on the straight edge of the edging. Decreases are made at the beginning, center and end of every other row until the center stitches are joined together. The work keeps going faster and faster as it progresses as the number of stitches keeps decreasing.

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