I love the quirky, whimsical style at Anthropologie. While browsing through their website, I found a bunch of items that I could make with some yarn and a hook. I dug a little deeper and discovered free patterns that look super similar to the products in store!
Chunky knit blankets and pillows have gone from a trend to an interior design staple over the past few winters thanks to their oversized, cozy plushness! You can crochet your own chunky ‘knit’ with this free pattern for a big fluffy cushion. It’s made with thick roving yarn and a giant crochet hook so it works up super quickly.
Woven wall hangings like this one have been a huge trend since last spring. If you don’t know how to weave, you can crochet one instead with this free pattern and tutorial from Sweet Everly B.
I saw this crochet Peter Pan collar from Anthro and I knew it would be easy to crochet! This would add a sweet 50’s vibe to a vintage dress. You can make your own with this free pattern from lutteridyl.com.
This free pattern from All About Ami makes a headband that looks so similar to the Striped Terry Headband.
For chillier weather, you might opt for a cozy ear warmer. You can crochet your own ‘knit-like’ Marled Twist Earband with this ingenious free pattern from Wonder & Wool. I’ve been searching for a crochet pattern that mimics a knitted ‘twist’ and this one nails it perfectly!
You can make a cute n cozy crochet headband inspired by Anthro’s winter hair accessories with this free crochet pattern from lovecityblog.
As usual, the color combination and texture of this clutch is super cute! I especially like the pink zipper pull detail. This free pattern for a laptop case looks very similar to the construction of the Anthropologie clutch.
Both bags are similar in their shape and style. Use a thick t-shirt yarn to crochet the tote and add long fringe to the bottom to complete the look.
These Anthropologie earrings were made by crocheting with fine thread around tiny stones.
You can DIY something similar with this free pattern from Pearl Soho.
This beach inspired statement necklace is made with an i-cord and a piece of driftwood. You can crochet your own i-cord by following this free photo tutorial.
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As always, happy crocheting!