Wool's Happenin'

Caring for Cats , Rug Hooking, Cooking, & Updating Our Home

Wool's Happenin' header image 3

Knitted Monogram Dishcloth Patterns

In the spring of 2010, I decided to undertake a project to design and knit monogram dishcloths because I really enjoy working with Peaches & Creme worsted weight yarn and wanted to see if I could make letters that looked enough like letters that other people recognized them as letters.  I really meant just to design the patterns I needed for my friends and family, and I was going to knit them for Christmas gifts.  Then I got an even crazier idea and decided to open a yarn, rug hooking, and basket weaving shop, so I had to work up ALL the letters of the alphabet because I also decided to carry Peaches & Creme in the shop.  I had ready access to all the colors, so I might as well finish what I started, right?  I got stalled around the seventh or eighth letter, and luckily, I have a really supportive mom who stepped in and helped me get finished.  (THANKS, MOM!)

And now we’re all finished with the pattern writing, test knitting, photographing, and putting the finished patterns together.  So, without further ado, I am pleased to present Starstruck Cat Design’s first line of patterns– Knitted Monogram Dishcloths.  Happy Knitting!

A Dishcloth pattern 06.2010

B Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

C Dishcloth pattern 08.2010

D Dishcloth pattern 08.2010

E Dishcloth pattern 07.2010

F Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

G Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

H Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

I Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

J Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

K Dishcloth 04.2010

L Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

M Dishcloth pattern Rev. 1 06.10

N Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

O Dishcloth pattern 07.2010

P Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

Q Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

R Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

S Dishcloth pattern 08.2010

T Dishcloth pattern 08.2010

U Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

V Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

W Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

X Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

Y Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

Z Dishcloth pattern 09.2010


20 Comments so far ↓

  • The Final Talk of Monogram Dishcloths, At Least For A While

    […] because I have just FINALLY uploaded all TWENTY SIX of the Knitted Monogram Dishcloth Patterns here.   I have been working on this project since April, and I am really happy to be able to check it […]

  • Heather K

    Congratulations!! This is a lovely alphabet and I have been using it to knit stocking stuffers. Thanks a bunch, and I am really proud of you for finishing it up, and thanks to your Mum, too.

  • Leslie Avila

    Thanks, Jill, for these great patterns. I’m going to put them into a book for one of the ladies I knit with on Monday nights. She knits dishcloths for her grandchildren and will absolutely love this! You rock! Be blessed!

  • Norma

    I have taken time to explore your site and would like to please have your permission to add links to all of your patterns to my site.
    I am very strict about honoring copyright laws and only add links to my site and not patterns.
    I will honor your decision on this matter.
    Thank you for considering my request.
    Norma Wampler
    scrunchyy on Ravelry

  • Norma

    I forgot to tell you these are incredible!

  • Jackie

    Thank you for all the work you did to provide these monogram dishcloths. I have been looking for such an idea for a wedding present. My problem is that I am a lefthanded knitter, and am anxious to find out if I have to adapt the patterns..i.e. do it backward in some manner. I will try it as it is written first.
    I plan to knit one letter for each person, and connect them together with a pretty ribbon and kitchen towel. Thanks again.

  • Julie

    Fabulous. Thanks so much.

  • Anne

    Thank you for the wonderful monogram dishcloth patterns! They will help keep me busy while healing from a broken leg.

  • Jane

    I have been hunting for an alphabet in dish-cloth pattern for a project for my niece who is a Dr Who fan, and I wanted to put in her initials or whole name, so thank you for the patterns.

  • Molly

    THANK YOU SO MUCH!! I am a fairly new/sucky knitter, and these are perfect!! Easy enough that I can do them, yet they look so professional!! I really REALLY appreciate it 🙂

  • Shirley

    These patterns are wonderful – thank you so much for sharing them. Must have been a lot of hard work, well done.

  • Ellen

    I love these! I made two identical dishcloths and made a baby pillow out of them to place on display on a dresser.

  • Alyssa

    Hi, these are exactly what I have been looking for. I am knitting an afghan for my grandmother and I wanted to put the 1st initial of all of her kids, there wives (she had only boys) and their kids (my cousins, my siblings and I) on the blanket and couldn’t find alphabet patterns anywhere.

    My only question is how big are the squares you made. I am wondering if I will have to scale them up or down.


  • Pamela Wile

    Correction – I meant to say are the patterns still available?

  • Elaine

    Thanks for the time and patience in creating these patterns! I’ll try to do them justice.

  • Works In Progress: 03 June 2015 | Fig and Thistle

    […] Hand knit/crochet washcloths are so much more durable and whip up pretty quickly. Here are the washcloth patterns. Below are two of the skeins of yarn I purchased at Jo~Ann, but I plan to do several […]

  • Liz R

    What size are the dish towels

  • Pauline

    Thank you for these patterns.I’ll be using them for my family’s kids who will be going off to college this year.(Of course in the schools colors.) This is a real gift you have given us,and I appreciate it.

  • marjo

    I need it please

  • Cathy

    I’m excited to try these patterns thank you for these patterns

Leave a Comment