We introduce a method to automatically produce large analogical clusters from smaller seed clusters of representative examples. The method is based on techniques of processing and solving analogical equations in word vector space models, i.e., word embeddings. In our experiments, we use standard data sets in English which cover different relations extending from derivational morphology (like adjective–adverb, positive–comparative forms of adjectives) or inflectional morphology (like present–past forms) to encyclopedic semantics (like country–capital relations). The analogical clusters produced by our method are shown to be of reasonably good quality, as shown by comparing human judgment against automatic NDCG@n scores. In total, they contain 8.5 times as many relevant word pairs as the seed clusters.