Advanced crochet skills can be hard to put to use. There are a lot of free crochet patterns out there, but most of them are an easy skill level. These free advanced crochet patterns will put those skill to use while you create some lovely items!
Here are the names and links to seven free advanced crochet patterns.
1) Juliette Shawl by Jessie At Home
“Juliette is perfect for cool transitional weather, as it’s open design keeps it from being too warm. The circular design of this free crochet pattern keeps it on.”
2) Autumn cowl by ACCROchet
“This is the perfect little cowl to wear when you cozy up under a blanket, with a cup of tea, a cookie, and a bit of crochet, on cool autumn nights.”
3) Double the Love Baby Blanket by Moogly
“The Double the Love Baby Blanket is double thick, super plus, and reversible for two different looks – and it’s a free crochet pattern here on Moogly!”
4) Broomstick Lace Triangle Shawl by Crystalized Designs
This triangular shawl is lacy, pretty, and a great way to show off pretty yarn and your crocheting skills.
5) Winter Opulence Crochet Granny Square by Kirstin Holloway Designs
“This beautiful crochet granny square pattern creates a thick, sturdy block, which will make such a warm addition to your next blanket or afghan.”
6) Mock Cable Pullover by Crochet Kim
Sorry, this pattern has been discontinued since the posting of this round up.
7) Chic Modern Mosaic Blocks Throw by Marly Bird
“Get a Free Crochet Blanket pattern will have you dropping all your other WIP’s to make this throw. The Chic Modern Mosaic Blocks Throw pattern is a fun project to crochet.”
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