Crochet From Anthropologie: Introducing 16 Beautiful Pieces

I’m not really one to shop at Anthropologie, but you can’t deny that they have stunning crochet work that is available for purchase.

Anthropologie does more than just fashion too. You’ll find crochet items for around the home that will inspire you to create beautiful works of crochet to brighten your home.

Here is a roundup of 16 crochet pieces currently available at Anthropologie that you can use for inspiration for your next crochet design.

Crochet Designs From Anthropologie

Explore a Anthropologie collection of Crochet Designs that capture the essence of bohemian elegance and artistic flair. This curated list features intricate designs and exquisite patterns, mirroring the artistry and fashion-forward aesthetics found at Anthropologie.

Discover your next crochet project with these 16 beautiful pieces, each a testament to the fusion of style and craftsmanship.

Hannah Ege

A life long crocheter and knitter, Hannah is a creative person who enjoys designing their own patterns while having deep appreciation and love for timeless designs. Hannah's first official job was in a yarn store as a teenager and even now they regularly knit and crochet for friends and commissioned pieces. When not busy with fiber, Hannah enjoys all things coffee, reading, hiking and spending time with their kid.

2 thoughts on “Crochet From Anthropologie: Introducing 16 Beautiful Pieces”

  1. If I didn’t know how to crochet, I would buy crocheted pieces. Or, if it was something I loved but didn’t have time to make, I would buy it. I do however feel sad when I see a crocheted garment that I know took a lot of time and expertise on the clearance rack for $30. Buying from an independent artist is more expensive but I would know I was supporting the person who actually made it. Not some big company who paid someone $.25 an hour.

  2. @Martha … Great point. I think if you’re going to buy crochet from big chain stores then it is worth it to do some research into their relationships with their crafters. Some of them do offer a fair wage and a good living to people in other countries … and some don’t, of course.

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