Amazing Christmas crochet decorations in Hong Kong!

Look what we just found!  Crochet artists from La Belle Epoque have decorated a long strip of street around Fashion Walk in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, with their kawaii creatures creations!  What a wonderful way to celebrate the season!

There are many cute, colourful animals, including a reindeer and snowmen, wearing Christmas hats, carrying presents and Christmas stockings.

This type of arts & crafts installation, known as yarn bombing or graffiti knitting, and has been around for a while, and examples can be seen in many cities all over the world.  However, this awesome crochet animal display reminds us too of the amigurumi, the Japanese trend of crocheting beautiful kawaii animals and mini items.  Are you into any DIY hobbies?

The great images included below are taken from the All About Hong Kong Facebook page.  Check out the pictures, and let us know which ones you like best!

These Christmas critters are kawaii!

These Christmas critters are kawaii!

This little pup has a present in its paws!

This little pup has a present in its paws!

What do you think of this little crochet poodle?

What do you think of this little crochet poodle?

This adorable pug can't wait to see what's in its stocking!

This adorable pug can’t wait to see what’s in its stocking!

Kitty is ready for the Xmas season!

Kitty is ready for the Xmas season!

How adorable!

How adorable!

Do you like to crochet?

Do you like to crochet?

This kitty is wearing a top hat!

This kitty is wearing a top hat!

This is too cute!

This is too cute!

This reindeer is prepared for Xmas!

This reindeer is prepared for Xmas!

Santa knows it's time to get the presents ready!

Santa knows it’s time to get the presents ready!

What an adorable snowman! All pictures in this blog post are courtesy of the All About Hong Kong Facebook page.

What an adorable snowman! All pictures in this blog post are courtesy of the All About Hong Kong Facebook page.

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