Simply amazing! According to Wikipedia, yarn bombing began in Texas by knitters who wanted to creatively use the leftover bits and pieces from finished projects. These photos come from all over the world as the practice has gone global.
I made this mosaic table about seven years ago when Shabby Chic was trendy. I bought the wooden table at a garage sale in Los Altos, CA and recycled thirty-six chipped and cracked vintage china plates to complete the project. Seven antique skeleton keys provide fun detail. I still love the table, but I think that it's outdated. I'm considering painting it black and staining the grout a rich dark color. Stay tuned...I might get the nerve to do it! Then, I'll report either tears or triumph!
Quick mosaic tips:
Use Leponitt glass mosaic cutters.
Use only sanded grout.
Seal the wood base and the grout.
Image of china plate being cut and tutorial from another source here.
The packaging on this White Chocolate Moscato just makes you want to try it. The bouquet is described as fresh, zesty peaches and rosewater. "The palate is full of lively fresh tropical fruits and refreshing frizante," ~ Cottonwood Agency