Dishcloth Madness: Georgina

GeorginaDishcloths are a quick, satisfying knit that doesn’t require a whole lot of yarn while allowing you to try out new stitches and build up your knitting skills. 


Dishcloths also make a lovely housewarming or holiday gift! Wrap them up with some ribbon, and you’re good to go. If you’re feeling entrepreneurial, they’re great for craft fairs; they’re low time, cost, & effort to make!


Drop a photo of your dishcloth in the rhyFlower Knits Facebook Group or the #dishclothmadness tag on social media! ♥


Want more Dishcloth Madness? You’ll find more Dishcloth Patterns here


Choosing Yarn – For a dishcloth, you want a durable yarn that can withstand being exposed to a lot of water and friction since you will be scrubbing with it. It would be best if you stayed far away from wool, which will fall apart when soaked in water. 


Cotton, on the other hand, will lend to dishcloths that are durable and lasting. If using a 100% cotton yarn is out of budget or not available, your second option is to go for blends. Cotton and soy blends make soft and strong yarns, precisely what you want for a dishcloth. Strong for scrubbing and yet gentle on the hands. Just ensure that the combination has more cotton than the secondary fiber to ensure strong and soft factors.




  • US7 (4.5 mm) knitting needles (Either flat or circular needles will work)
  • 80 yds / 73 m worsted weight yarn, preferably 100% cotton
  • Tapestry needle
  • Crochet hook (optional)

Yarn used in Georgina Sample

Knit Picks – Dishie
100% Cotton yarn
190 yds (174 m)/ 3.5 oz (100 g)
Color: Begonia


16 stitches by 26 rows in pattern stitch = 4” / 10 cm on US7 (4.5 mm) metal needles, unblocked. While gauge is not important, changes in gauge will result in size differences and the amount of yarn needed to complete the project.

Finished Measurements

9.5” / 24 cm wide by 9” / 23 cm in length, easily adjustable should a different size be required.

Stitch Glossary

K: Knit.
P: Purl.
RS: Right side.
WS: Wrong side.

Georgina Directions

Using your preferred cast-on, cast on 40 stitches or any multiple of 4+8.

Row 1 (RS): P1, *k1, p1; repeat from * to last stitch, k1.
Row 2 (WS): K1, *p1, k1; repeat from * to last stitch, p1.
Row 3: Repeat row 1.
Row 4: K1, p1, k1, purl to last 2 stitches, k1, p1.
Row 5: P1, k1, p1, knit to last 2 stitches, p1, k1.
Row 6: K1, p1, k1, p2, *k2, p2; repeat from * to last 3 stitches, p1, k1, p1.
Row 7: P1, k1, p1, *k2, p2; repeat from * to last 4 stitches, k3, p1, k1.
Rows 8-47: Repeat rows 4-7 ten more times.
Rows 48-49: Repeat rows 4-5 once more.
Row 50: Repeat row 2.
Row 51: Repeat row 1.
Row 52: Repeat row 2.

Bind off your stitches using your preferred bind-off. If desired, do not cut your yarn and single crochet 15 chains to make a little loop for hanging your dishcloth. With your tapestry needle, weave in all your ends.


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