Nazanin Fard


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 her website 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


Caught Your Eyelet Top

This beautiful tank top has an easy, eyelet-lace edging paired with a classic stockinette stitch body. It’s the perfect grown-up version of baby’s Sunday Best outfit! Dress it up or down depending on the setting. Either way, you’re bound to fall in love with its roomy, round neckline finished with a neat, I-cord edging and attractive lace trim.

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Raindrops on Roses Baby Set

Worked from the top down, this baby jacket uses an easy lace pattern and decorative underarm increases to create a beautiful design. Complete this chic look with a matching hat to create a wonderful outfit for your little girl.

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Block Party Afghan

This beautiful afghan is worked in different colored blocks in the garter stitch. The joining of the blocks creates the eye-pleasing effect of this lovely design. Since each block is worked separately, it is a perfect project for on the go.

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Hibiscus Shawl

As light and delicate as the petals of a hibiscus flower, this shawl is the answer to your summer knitting woes. This shawl is worked in blocks, making it a portable design while it’s in progress. Once finished, it is lightweight enough to wear even on the warmest days.  

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Ready, Set, Stitch: Joining Motifs

When knitting motifs/doilies most of the time you do not bind them off as you normally do. As regular bind off does not produce a beautiful finished edge. Most instructions call for finishing the item with a crochet hook. For knitters who know how to crochet that is not a problem. However, if you do

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Amethyst Keyhole Wrap

The amethyst color of this wrap will make you feel like royalty, especially since it is combined with a lace trim and classy shape. Thanks to the keyhole opening, you won’t have to worry about tugging on your wrap to keep it from sliding off—this reliable accessory keeps its warmth and style firmly in place.

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Opal Shawl

This beautiful trapezoid shawl starts from the edge of the neck and flows into two mesmerizing lace patterns. With a scalloped edge and a crochet chain bind off, this design is as unique as it is chic.

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Hot Cocoa Throw

A neutral afghan belongs in every home this fall. This pattern is  worked in strips with wonderful Aran patterns. One strip is worked in an easy cable pattern followed by a strip of berries pattern. After all strips are knitted and joined, one round of crab stitch adds the finishing touch.

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Block Party Afghan

This beautiful afghan is worked in different colored blocks in the garter stitch. The joining of the blocks creates the eye-pleasing effect of this lovely design. Since each block is worked separately, it is a perfect project for on the go.

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Bubble Gum Top

What’s summer without a little bubblegum pink? This vibrant warm-weather top has beautiful lace touches and a ribbed design that truly pops against this playful hue.

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