Sassy Jabot

Sassy Jabot

By Mistie Bush

June 2015

americancrochet.com

Sassy Jabot

 

This Sassy Jabot can be worn with a blouse or shirt to dress up an outfit. The Jabot was very popular during the 1700-1800s. I think it’s time it came back into style.

 

Level: Easy

MATERIALS:

Yarn: Red Heart Boutique Sashay Metallic (small amount)

Hook: G

Crochet Thread Size 10 with a metallic thread (color to match Sashay)

Yarn needle

1 craft pin

 

MEASUREMENT:

12 inches in length

Gauge:

N/A

Abbreviations:

Ch/chs = chain/chains

Sc = single crochet

Sl st = slip stitch

Sp/sps = space/spaces

St/sts = stitch/stitches

 

SPECIAL STITCHES:

N/A

NOTES:

N/A

INSTRUCTIONS:

With Sashay leaving 4 to 6 inches free at end, insert hook in upper space, (first loop on hook), insert hook into every other space 11 times (12 loops on hook) Pick up loop draw through all loops on hook being careful not to pick up extra loop. Continue picking up 12 loops and working off until piece measures 12 inches. Leave hook in last loop cut end to measure 4 to 6 inches from last loop same as beginning.

Attach crochet threat to last loop, tie ends together, begin to sew the ruffled pieces together till reaching folds. Turn back and stitch the lose 4 to 6 inch ends to area just worked. Sew pin over knot.

Happy Hooking and Enjoy!

 

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2 thoughts on “Sassy Jabot

  1. What a clever way to use the Sashay yarn. I love jabots too! Thank you very much for posting! 🙂

    1. Hi Lee Ann,
      You’re welcome. Glad you like it. I love working with Sashay yarn. 🙂

      Have a great day!
      Mistie

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