Anthro Inspired Crochet DIYs


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!

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Sonoran Pommed Throw Blanket from Anthropologie

Make your own copycat Sonoran Pommed Throw Blanket with this free pattern! Just add a few of the crocheted balls to a throw you already own for a playful update.



Pretzel Rattles from Anthropologie


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You can use this free pattern to make your own pretzel pillow. It looks like a larger version of the knitted Pretzel Rattles I saw while scrolling through the Anthro online store.


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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.


These Lussi Crochet Dishcloths are $18 at Anthropologie. They look so simple to crochet and I love the color combination. You can find a free pattern for similar crochet dishcloths here .

Lussi Crochet Dishcloths from Anthropologie


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.

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Woven wall hangings from Anthropologie


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

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crochet collar from Anthropologie


This free pattern from All About Ami makes a headband that looks so similar to the Striped Terry Headband.


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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!





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You can make a cute n cozy crochet headband inspired by Anthro’s winter hair accessories with this free crochet pattern from lovecityblog.

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crochet clutch from Anthro


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.


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Make your own Evelyn Mini Tote with this free pattern by Imani Duncan.




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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.



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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!

3 Replies to “Anthro Inspired Crochet DIYs”

  1. A great list of patterns to try! Thanks for including my wall hanging. It’s such a compliment to be listed among such talented makers.

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