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

I am about to burst my buttons 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 off the to-do list.  The full story is on the patterns page, but I have to say one more time that I am totally tickled to be able to say that Starstruck Cat Design now has a completed pattern line.  I hope you enjoy knitting them as much as Mom and I enjoyed writing them!

The Dishcloth Project is COMPLETE!

Oh happy day!  The monogram dishcloth project is COMPLETE!  All patterns are written, knitted, photographed, and typed.  If you stop by the shop, they’re all there.  Seeing as most of you don’t live in or near Greenwood, Indiana, you have to take my word for it.

Before I get to publishing the rest of the letters, I want to take a moment to say a very special THANK YOU to my mom, Karen.  She could see that this project needed a serious assist if I was going to get it completed in 2010 AND continue to run the shop, cook dinner once in a while for the fellas, and sleep.  Without her help, it never would have happened, so THANK YOU, MOM!

Today I’m sharing the patterns for J, F, and P.  Happy knitting!

Supplies:

  • 1 ball of kitchen cotton (I used Peaches & Creme 4 Ply Worsted Weight.)
  • Size US 7 straight or circular needles

Gauge—Don’t sweat it on this project.  Just match your needle size with your yarn to create a fabric that has a drape you like.

Cast On 36 stitches

K 4 rows

Row 5: K4, P to last 4 st, K4

Row 6: K

Repeat Rows 5 & 6 four times.

Row 15: K4, P8, K8, P12, K4

Row 16: K15, P10, K11

Row 17: K4, P7, K10, P11, K4

Row 18: K15, P10, K11

Row 19: K4, P6, K5, P2, K4, P11, K4

Row 20: K15, P4, K2, P5, K10

Row 21: K4, P13, K4, P11, K4

Row 22: K15, P4, K17

Row 23: K4, P13, K4, P11, K4

Row 24: K15, P4, K17

Row 25: K4, P13, K4, P11, K4

Row 26: K15, P4, K17

Row 27: K4, P13, K4, P11, K4

Row 28: K15, P4, K17

Row 29: K4, P13, K4, P11, K4

Row 30: K10, P3, K2, P4, K4, P3, K10

Row 31: K4, P6, K16, P6, K4

Row 32: K10, P16, K10

Row 33: K4, P6, K16, P6, K4

Row 34: K10, P16, K10

Row 35: K4, P to last 4 st, K4

Row 36: K

Repeat Rows 35 & 36 four times.

K 4 rows

Bind Off

Weave in ends.  Enjoy!

*I’ve made every effort to make this pattern as accurate as possible.  If you find a mistake, please let me know about it by emailing me (jill@starstruckcatdesign.com).  I apologize in advance for any frustration a mistake in the pattern may have caused you!

© 2010 Starstruck Cat Design, LLC & Jill Carnell

You may use this pattern for personal use but not for commercial use or resale without express written permission of Starstruck Cat Design, LLC & Jill Carnell.  Thanks!

Prefer a pdf?  It’s here: J Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

Supplies:

  • 1 ball of kitchen cotton (I used Peaches & Creme 4 Ply Worsted Weight.)
  • Size US 7 straight or circular needles

Gauge—Don’t sweat it on this project.  Just match your needle size with your yarn to create a fabric that has a drape you like.

Cast On 36 stitches

K 4 rows

Row 5: K4, P to last 4 st, K4

Row 6: K

Repeat Rows 5 & 6 four times.

Row 15: K4, P6, K6, P16, K4

Row 16: K20, P6, K10

Row 17: K4, P7, K4, P17, K4

Row 18: K21, P4, K11

Row 19: K4, P7, K4, P17, K4

Row 20: K21, P4, K11

Row 21: K4, P7, K4, P17, K4

Row 22: K15, P2, K4, P4, K11

Row 23: K4, P7, K10, P11, K4

Row 24: K15, P10, K11

Row 25: K4, P7, K10, P11, K4

Row 26: K15, P10, K11

Row 27: K4, P7, K4, P4, K2, P11, K4

Row 28: K21, P4, K11

Row 29: K4, P7, K4, P17, K4

Row 30: K10, P2, K9, P4, K11

Row 31: K4, P6, K16, P6, K4

Row 32: K10, P16, K10

Row 33: K4, P6, K16, P6, K4

Row 34: K10, P16, K10

Row 35: K4, P to last 4 st, K4

Row 36: K

Repeat Rows 35 & 36 four times.

K 4 rows

Bind Off

Weave in ends.  Enjoy!

*I’ve made every effort to make this pattern as accurate as possible.  If you find a mistake, please let me know about it by emailing me (jill@starstruckcatdesign.com).  I apologize in advance for any frustration a mistake in the pattern may have caused you!

© 2010 Starstruck Cat Design, LLC & Jill Carnell

You may use this pattern for personal use but not for commercial use or resale without express written permission of Starstruck Cat Design, LLC & Jill Carnell.  Thanks!

Prefer a pdf?  Grab it here: F Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

Supplies:

  • 1 ball of kitchen cotton (I used Peaches & Creme 4 Ply Worsted Weight.)
  • Size US 7 straight or circular needles

Gauge—Don’t sweat it on this project.  Just match your needle size with your yarn to create a fabric that has a drape you like.

Cast On 36 stitches

K 4 rows

Row 5: K4, P to last 4 st, K4

Row 6: K

Repeat Rows 5 & 6 four times.

Row 15: K4, P6, K6, P16, K4

Row 16: K20, P6, K10

Row 17: K4, P6, K6, P16, K4

Row 18: K20, P6, K10

Row 19: K4, P7, K4, P17, K4

Row 20: K21, P4, K11

Row 21: K4, P7, K4, P17, K4

Row 22: K21, P4, K11

Row 23: K4, P7, K13, P8, K4

Row 24: K11, P14, K11

Row 25: K4, P7, K15, P6, K4

Row 26: K10, P15, K11

Row 27: K4, P7, K4, P7, K4, P6, K4

Row 28: K10, P4, K7, P4, K11

Row 29: K4, P7, K4, P7, K4, P6, K4

Row 30: K10, P4, K7, P4, K11

Row 31: K4, P6, K16, P6, K4

Row 32: K11, P15, K10

Row 33: K4, P6, K14, P8, K4

Row 34: K13, P13, K10

Row 35: K4, P to last 4 st, K4

Row 36: K

Repeat Rows 35 & 36 four times.

K 4 rows

Bind Off

Weave in ends.  Enjoy!

*I’ve made every effort to make this pattern as accurate as possible.  If you find a mistake, please let me know about it by emailing me (jill@starstruckcatdesign.com).  I apologize in advance for any frustration a mistake in the pattern may have caused you!

© 2010 Starstruck Cat Design, LLC & Jill Carnell

You may use this pattern for personal use but not for commercial use or resale without express written permission of Starstruck Cat Design, LLC & Jill Carnell.  Thanks!

Here’s the pdf: P Dishcloth pattern 09.2010

Three More Monogrammed Dishcloths– T, C, & D

For many reasons, it seems that my computer time has been very limited lately.  That doesn’t mean that I haven’t been knitting or writing patterns (with major help from my mom!).  So, today I’m sharing T, C, & D.  There are more to come this week, and I’m hoping to meet my self-imposed end-of-August deadline.  I hope if you have a T, C, or D in your life you enjoy knitting them.

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