One of my close friends is a photographer. You can check out some of his work here. Well, recently he asked me to make him some props for photos of newborns. He showed me some pictures and described what he was looking for and I went right to work! He requested 4 different outfits--a fisherman with fish, a cap and matching pants, a pumpkin cocoon and hat, and a cute hat for a girl with a flower. So far I've finished 3 of the 4 requests. (Moving sure does take away crafting time!)
I'm so excited by these little outfits! I tried to make things adjustable--because I know even newborns come in different shapes and sizes. I can't wait to see the photos he will take with these outfits!
Here we have a matching set--a news boy cap and pants. I used a gray tweedy yarn and big dark wood buttons!
Next I made two different size white hats. I used multiple strands of yarn, including one with a little shimmer. I wanted to get a cute look, but not something very bulky. The flowers are attached using a button, so they can be switched between sizes :).
And finally this is the fisherman set. I LOVE the way this came out. I made a diaper cover that can be adjusted because the buttons fit anywhere on the tabs. Also, the suspender portion is attached before the bottom is closed to (hopefully) make it easier to get a little one into the outfit. The fish are attached on a yarn-chain. AND I adore the little feathers in the hat! I seriously cannot wait to see this on a little baby!