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    Damsel Diva Katiekipper
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    Knitted photo props

    I hope this is ok to post here! Just wanted to give Damsel photographers the heads up that I am now selling knitted photoprops through my Facebook shop (link in sig!)
    I've done some hats for Bella Luna and I think Spands will say she was happy with them.
    I've just done my first one of these on commission


    And am doing these also (pic stolen from Etsy, I'm sure they won't mind thr free advertising!)


    Plus all manner of hats and anything else you can send me a photo of for me to replicate.
    Mum to Ross 16, Eden 13 and Beanie (real name Finn) 11 and my 3 angel babies, never forgotten xx

    Check out my knit shop!
    http://www.facebook.com/LittleEdenKnits

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    Re: Knitted photo props

    I'm still dithering over the Hungry Caterpillar snuggle and hat. It would be perfect for tucking up a September baby in their pram, wouldn't it
    Ben - 11 July 2008

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    Damsel Diva Katiekipper
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    *nods furiously* it could also be done as a knitted all in one, like a pramsuit..

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    Re: Knitted photo props

    I "liked" your page earlier, the Hungry Caterpillar set is sooo cute!!! If i ever have another baby i will definitely be purchasing

    Good luck with it hun xxx
    Jo x Wife to an amazing husband and Mommy to 3 beautiful girls

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    Re: Knitted photo props

    They look fab!

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    Damsel Diva
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    Re: Knitted photo props

    I love the watermelon set. How much is it - for future reference



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    Counting my blessings
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    I will message you separately, but I am after a few things for sure.

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    Damsel Diva helpimfalling
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    Aaah lovely love them x


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    Damsel Diva Katiekipper
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    Quote Originally Posted by One Sock View Post
    I will message you separately, but I am after a few things for sure.
    Pm me here or on FB (but then mention that you are One Sock!) hon x

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    Damsel Diva Katiekipper
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    Quote Originally Posted by jellybean View Post
    I love the watermelon set. How much is it - for future reference
    They're 14 :-)

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    .......... Damsel Adelelee
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    Re: Knitted photo props

    How gorgeous!!!!
    Just give me a block, I'm gonna be fine..........




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    Re: Knitted photo props

    I love the Hungry Caterpillar set, but are you allowed to sell them?

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    Invisable Chell
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    Re: Knitted photo props

    I've posted your link on a childminding page, I think the little caterpillar type hat would be lovely for dressing up/adding to a story sack.
    DS July 2003, DD1 January 2005, DD2 August 2008

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    Damsel Diva Katiekipper
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    Quote Originally Posted by violet wallop View Post
    I love the Hungry Caterpillar set, but are you allowed to sell them?
    Possibly it is skating on thin copyright ice. I refer to it as 'A caterpillar set' and don't use the VH name. It's similar to the branded item but not the same and they don't even have licensed knitwear products and I'm not using their name to sell my products. I also designed the pattern myself so it's my copyright on that. I don't know is the honest answer. Many, many people are selling similarly inspired items on Etsy and elsewhere on the Internet.

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    Damsel Diva Katiekipper
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chell View Post
    I've posted your link on a childminding page, I think the little caterpillar type hat would be lovely for dressing up/adding to a story sack.
    Thanks Chell! I have done other similar hats including owls etc and Isis wears them for dressing up.

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    Re: Knitted photo props

    oh no....I'm completely addicted to buying knitted baby photo props. I ...don't...need...any...more...props!!! really. No, really. Ok, I'll just take a look

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    Damsel Diva Katiekipper
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    Quote Originally Posted by scatterbrain View Post
    oh no....I'm completely addicted to buying knitted baby photo props. I ...don't...need...any...more...props!!! really. No, really. Ok, I'll just take a look
    Anything you've seen elsewhere or can dream up I can probably replicate. Just let me know!

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    Re: Knitted photo props

    Oddly enough I was looking at a site called Culture Label today for gifts and saw this....http://www.culturelabel.com/flamingo...il-set.htmlNot sure the tail is a great idea for babies though due to strangulation risk!

    Or a mermaid...

    http://www.culturelabel.com/mermaid-...eping-bag.html

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    Damsel Diva Katiekipper
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    Good grief!! How can they charge that and keep a straight face! And more to th point, where on earth do they find customers willing to pay it!

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    Re: Knitted photo props

    What a rediculous price! BM - They don't need to worry so much about safety when it's a photography prop as the baby will always be supervised and wearing the prop for only a short time (won't be left alone with the prop). Several of the props I have are hats with long tassles & buttons or long tie-on headbands that you wouldn't leave a baby with alone. To cover yourself you have to make it clear at point of sale & in the packaging that the hat or whatever is a photography prop & not to be left with the child unsupervised.

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