Newborn Romper - Photography Prop

Newborn Photography prop outfit, sewing pattern with detailed illustrated instructions and video tutorial.

When you purchase this pattern you will receive an email with a zip file with 4 PDF's that includes: 1 Instructions PDF 1 Pattern PDF 8.5" x 11" 1 Pattern PDF A4 1 READ FIRST PDF (printing instructions)

Choose the pattern file you need. If you print on US 8.5" x 11" paper then print the pattern that says US 8.5" x 11".  If you print on A4 paper then print the pattern file that says A4.

This pattern was created for the intent and purpose of creating a newborn photography prop only.

If you are wondering if our patterns are worth the investment, please visit our website at Propsbyposies.com and get our free pants pattern with a video tutorial and detailed written instructions and see what you think. You can also visit our "Inspiration" page on our website and see what others have created with out patterns. It's definitely worth a look!

Contains:

This purchase includes:

  • Pattern PDF - Newborn Adelynn Long Sleeve Romper
  • Detailed instructions with illustrations for each step
  • A link to the video tutorial for this pattern
  • Access to our fantastic Props By Posies Pattern VIP FB Group where we share sewing tips and tricks,
    support and inspire each other.

  • Pattern is in US Imperial Measurements and metric is also noted on the pattern.

  • Size - Newborn 6lbs - 9lbs with 4 way stretch fabric

  • Suitable for Beginners

Materials you need at home:

  • Sewing Machine
  • Fabric Scissors
  • Thread
  • Straight pins
  • 40" stretch lace trim (optional)
  • 1 piece of clothing to be upcyled or 1/2 yard of fabric
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Janine Hansen

My daughter, Jessica, and I started our newborn photography business Poppies & Posies Photography in 2013 and wanted to make our own upcycled props with thrift store clothing finds to save money as we were just starting out and couldn't afford to buy them already made.

We spent many hours creating and perfecting our patterns. We would create a pattern, use it on one of our newborn clients, see what adjustments needed to be made, make the changes and then try it on our next client and repeat the process until it was perfect! Now that we have perfected them to just the way we like them, we want to share them with other newborn photographers and newborn prop vendors who want to make props like we do. For that reason, Props By Posies was born.

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