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.

Ravelry: Nazeefard

Projects by Nazanin Fard

Dusk Daisy Cardigan

This is a gorgeous cardigan worked in floral motifs that are joined as you go, which means no after-pattern sewing! Featuring a wide, square neckline and three-quarter length sleeves, this classic top boasts the perfect spring fit.

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Bliss in Bloom Shawl

This shawl is worked in lacy granny triangles. Each triangle begins with a floral shape but when they are joined, another pattern emerges at the joining points which looks like a star. Dress up a sweater or a dress with this stunning design.

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Boardwalk Vest

Combine a v-shape shell stitch with a simple pineapple stitch to create the perfect summer vest. With no sewing involved, this vest is worked from shoulder down and finished with 3 buttons.

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Sanibel Shawl

You’ve seen granny square shawls before, but you probably haven’t seen one with such a unique shape. The crisp outlines of the floral motifs are stunning, matched by the angular geometry of the squares’ placement. This shawl skillfully adds a modern touch to a beloved classic.

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High Tide Cardi

When the tide comes in as the sun goes down, you’ll want to have a light cardigan on hand. This is a gorgeous summer cardigan worked in lace weight yarn. The motifs are worked for the bottom edge of the

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Buttermint Squares Table Runner

This is wonderful table runner worked in a lacy granny squares pattern. The center part of the squares is worked in two different buttermint colors and each square is finished and joined with white thread.

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Queen for a Day Top

This gorgeous lace top features a motif design that covers the center front and back as well as the top of the ¾-length sleeves. The rest of the top is covered with an easy lace pattern that helps in customizing the pattern for different sizes, making this a beautiful top anyone can enjoy.

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Cascading Waterfall Cardigan

Cascading Waterfall Cardigan

This beautiful cardigan is worked up in an easy lace pattern which makes it perfect for just about any level of crocheter. As a finished piece, the cardigan doesn’t feature any sort of waist shaping which allows it to drape effortlessly around your waist, cascading gently like a waterfall.

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Metallic Lace Wrap

This glitzy piece is the perfect accessory your holiday ensemble needs, and it’s so easy to work up. Simply crochet half the wrap and the edging before rejoining your yarn at the beginning and working out the other way. Pair this with a simple black dress for effortless glam.

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Leaf Motif Vest

Bring the colors of the season into your wardrobe using this unique crocheted vest. This intermediate pattern has an open front with a V-neckline and is perfect for cool fall days.

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