If you want to work a challenging crochet pattern for experienced crocheters, try one of these.
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Vintage patterns often require skill and experience to crochet. This vintage beaded bag is no exception; it's an exquisite design that not just anybody has the patience for. Between the fine threads you need, the tiny beads, and the charted pattern, it would take a very special crocheter to attempt this type of work. But if you do make one, oh, how fabulous it will be!
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Layered Flower Necklace
This pretty necklace is worked in embroidery floss. It's a bit fiddly, requiring patience and skill to create, but it's a reasonably quick project. It doesn't involve a huge commitment in terms of either time or money; the materials for crocheting the necklace are affordable and readily available.
Even if you don't think of yourself as an experienced crocheter, you could probably achieve good results with this pattern; I've created a step-by-step tutorial showing you every step of the process for creating this necklace.
03 of 07
This textured mini tote bag is a fun and challenging project. It's really cute, and useful, too!
Sandi Marshall designed this free crochet pattern for your personal use.
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Shells and Loops Hexagonal Motif
This hexagonal motif is gorgeous, and it's a great way to show off your crochet skills.
This pattern design is by Sandi Marshall.Continue to 5 of 7 below.
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More Advanced Patterns for Experienced Crocheters
Sandi Marshall has labeled all of the following crochet patterns as "advanced."
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We make many free crochet patterns available. This is not a complete listing of available patterns that experienced crocheters might enjoy. You're invited to check out our other offerings for more free ideas, projects, patterns and inspiration.