Statistical CT reconstruction using penalized weighted least-squares(PWLS) criteria can improve image-quality in low-dose CT reconstruction. A suitable design of regularization term can benefit it very much. Recently, sparse representation based on dictionary learning has been treated as the regularization term and results in a high- quality reconstruction. In this paper, we incorporated a multiscale dictionary into statistical CT reconstruction, which can keep more details compared with the reconstruction based on singlescale dictionary. Further more, we exploited reweigted 1 norm minimization for sparse coding, which performs better than 1 norm minimization in locating the sparse solution of underdetermined linear systems of equations. To mitigate the time consuming process that computing the gradiant of regularization term, we adopted the so-called double surrogates method to accelerate ordered-subsets image reconstruction. Experiments showed that combining multiscale dictionary and reweighted 1 norm minimization can result in a reconstruction superior to that bases on singlescale dictionary and 1 norm minimization.