Kate Wood

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Crochet: Cowl, Beanie, Toque
I created this pattern as a tribute to my beloved dog Puff, who passed away this past fall and would have turned 12 this month. Fittingly, it features the puff stitch -- and since she was a Pomeranian, there are also plenty of pompoms.
Crochet: Sleeveless Top
Look like $1,490 for way less with this sleeveless crochet top inspired by the 2015 Resort collection from Prada’s diffusion line, Miu Miu.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
I originally made this hat as a gift for my brother, who lives in a part of New York state that’s mostly known for having absurd amounts of snow dumped on it. He wears it all the time because it’s warm and cozy. It’s also a very quick make! If you’ve never worked with short rows before, don’t be afraid — this is a super-easy place to start.
Crochet: Softies - Other
What’s life if not a bowl of (crocheted) cherries? Some turn out sweet while others are sour, but all of them are cute. And unlike real cherries, they’ll forever be just as fresh as the day you stitched them!
Crochet: Softies - Other
These crocheted grapefruit halves are terribly a-peel-ing -- once you’ve made one half, you simply must make another! Whole or half, you can have your amigurumi grapefruit with you at breakfast every day. Unlike the real stuff, crocheted fruit stays just as fresh as the day you stitched it!
Crochet: Softies - Other
When life hands you lemons… put your hands to better use and crochet! These little amigurumi lemons make terrific companions. Though some come out sweet while others are tart, unlike real fruit they never rot or bruise -- they stay just as fresh as the day you stitched them!
Crochet: Softies - Other
Orange you glad you clicked on this pattern? Hee hee hee… Seriously though, these little amigurumi oranges are oh-so-sweet. Delightful in summer, they aren’t scared away by winter’s chill -- these crocheted companions stay just as fresh as the day you stitched them!
Crochet: Animal Toy
This pattern uses unconventional construction (and admittedly, a potentially aggravating amount of sewing) to create one of the least expensive, least demanding, and most colorful pets you can own –- a betta fish (also known as the Siamese fighting fish). The body is worked in the round, but all the fins are worked in rows of blo sc and then se...
Crochet: Doll
This amigurumi pattern is highly customizable, and will give you a male action-figure-type body that you can turn into pretty much any superhero, action hero, football player, you-name-it that you like.
Crochet: Animal Toy
Customize this perky little ami bird to recreate your favorite feathered friend, or just follow these directions to make yourself a super-low-maintenance pet. The feet are constructed around pipe cleaners, allowing you to pose and perch your parakeet however—and wherever—you like.
Crochet: Animal Toy
Crochet yourself a new pet with this pattern for a fantail goldfish! The fish’s head and body are worked continuously in the round, and the fins are worked back and forth in rows of blo sc. I have provided written instructions and charts for the fins.