Ship’s Wheel DishCloth

Ship’s Wheel DishCloth

This tutorial shows you how to knit a ship' wheel dishcloth or what is also known as a scrubbie.

What you need

1 Ball MC Lily’s Sugar ‘N Cream yarn
1 Ball CC Lily’s Sugar ‘N Cream yarn
Crochet hook size G


Ships Wheel Dishcloth (8 ” Diameter)

Directions Rnd 1) Ch 3. 11 Dc in 3rd Ch from hook.

Join to top of Ch 3. (12 Dc) Rnd 2) Ch 3.

Dc in same space. 2 Dc in each Dc around.

Join to top of Ch 3. (24 Dc)

Rnd 3) Ch 3. 2 Dc in same space.

Ch 2, Skip 2, 3 Dc in next Dc, Ch 2, Skip 2. Repeat* around, ending with Ch 2, Skip 2, join in top of Ch 3. (8 Ch 2 spaces and 8 3 Dc groups) Fasten off MC.

Rnd 4) Join CC with SL St to any Ch 2 space. Ch 3, 2 Dc in same space. *1 Hdc in next Dc, 2 Hdc in next Dc, 1 Hdc in next Dc. 3 Dc in next Ch 2 Space.

Repeat from* around, ending with 1 Hdc in last Dc, Join to top of Ch 3.

Rnd 5) Ch 3. 1 Dc in next 2 Dc, *2 Dc in next Dc, 1 Dc in next 2 Dc. Repeat from*around, ending with 1 Dc in last 4 stitches. Join to top of Ch 3. Fasten off CC.

Rnd 6) Join MC with SL St in any Dc, 1 Sc in same space. Sc around to first Sc. Join. Fasten off.

Rnd 7) Join CC in any Sc, Ch 1, Sc in same space, *2 Sc in next, 1 Sc in next 2. Repeat from* around. Join.

Rnd 8) Ch 1, Skip 1, Reverse Sc in next, *Ch 1, Skip 1, Reverse Sc in next. Repeat from* around. Join. Fasten off.

Darlene Anderson


  1. Sharron Gorman says

    it is a crochet pattern,but the image is a knitted one

  2. Anonymous says

    Did no one notice this is NOT KNITTING? It is filed under knitting projects and titled as a knitting project but it is definitely crochet. Thank you.

  3. Good pattern. I used Sugar & Cream’s Buttercream for the entire thing. It looks good.

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