Above is most of the “Wrap Map” for Eilanner, a Tunisian crochet pattern rated Experienced Skill Level.
This section is for crocheters who are comfortable with the basics. (How do you know if you’re ready? Have a look at Crochet Basics in Depth.)
It feels so natural to progress along a flow of crochet experiences that it’s easy to forget how unique our own crochet skill sets become. When we attend crochet conferences, I see us as walking worlds of art: building one-of-a-kind inner “crazy quilts” of crochet experience, and following our own individualized learning plans.
Beyond the Basics Tips & Tutorials
I wrote the tutorials, tips, and tweaks for this section with an eye toward connecting them to specific basic principles, rather than to a standard skill level. We’re all crochet specialists and beginners simultaneously, in different ways.
- How to Crochet Love Knots
- Crocheting the Love Knot Mesh
- Foundation Star Stitches, Step by Step
- How to Increase Tunisian Stitch Blocks
- When to Crochet BETWEEN Top Loops
Crochet Patterns by Skill Level
For Beginner- and Easy-level patterns, see the Crochet Basics, in Depth page. Note: if a pattern has more than one skill-level tag, it means the pattern includes options or variations that vary in skill level.
- View all patterns tagged with Skill Builder
- View all patterns tagged with Easy-Intermediate
- View all patterns tagged with Intermediate
- View all patterns tagged with Experienced(a.k.a. Advanced Intermediate)
- View all blog posts tagged with shaping
- View all blog posts tagged with class
- View all blog posts tagged with stitch tech