Jean Chung

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Knitting: Pullover
I have been heavily influenced by bohemian flair in sweater designs. Loose silhouette, movement, drape, contrasting bright color… Everything about the bohemian influence really agreed with my roots in California. Since we never really get winter here, I wanted to design something that is easy to wear even in our warmer winter season, that can be...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
~ It’s a happy day,
Knitting: Pullover, Tee
A Sweet Lil’ Tee in Sweet Lil Buttercup (yarn)…
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Bagel is a Taiwanese Mountain Dog that traveled over 6,500 miles on a plane to be part of our family when my husband and I were dating. And good thing we are in sunny Southern California because he is really afraid of the rain. Whenever it rains, he looks up in the sky wistfully and then looks back at us like we are doing something terrible to h...
Knitting: Ankle Sock
Knitting: Scarf, Cape, Shawl / Wrap, Throw
The second piece of this Collection was inspired by the characters in The Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy.
Knitting: Throw, Bedspread, Baby Blanket
The idea came to me when I was looking for a small blanket for TV knitting time. I also love how this project will defy the infamous “Boyfriend Sweater Curse,” the urban knitting myth that once you knit for your significant other, the couple will soon break up. It really is one project, and you can keep one half of it, so the Curse cannot get to...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Made with HANDSPUN yarn!
Knitting: Poncho, Shawl / Wrap
Errata
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Knitting: Ankle Sock
“I don’t know why we bother with corsets. Men don’t wear them, and they look perfectly normal in their clothes.” – Lady Sybil from Downton Abbey
Knitting: Cardigan
Ladies in Downton Abbey, a popular television series set on the fictional estate of Downton Abbey in the North Riding of Yorkshire , England, are often dressed in delicate, feminine, and classic wardrobe.
Crochet: Tee, Sleeveless Top
Knitting: Vest
Knitting: Mittens
I wrote this up last January when I was making a pair for our Asia trip. Since these were really basic mittens, I thought I would share this with others. Like my first pattern “Napoleon” premies hat, it’s very easy and it’s in the round (yay, go seamless!).