Hammock 3-in-1 Photography Prop

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Hammock 3-in-1 Photography Prop Pattern


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Knitting: Hammock 3-in-1 Photography Prop
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit
  • Purl
  • Yarn Over
  • Pass Slipped Stitch Over
  • Make 1

Pattern Description:

***This is a knitting pattern only, not the actual item***


This pattern is for a Hammock Newborn Photography Prop that can also be used as a blanket or wrap.

**This prop is to be used as a hammock only under close supervision and with the proper spotting and support. Composite images are the safest way to achieve this look. There were two spotters for the above image. Never attempt to use this prop as a hammock without the proper safety precautions**

This pattern calls for Size 9.0mm (US 13) Straight Needles used with Bulky (5) yarn.

This is a beginner level pattern and is knit flat. I am always available to answer any questions you may have. You can contact me at melody@melodys-makings.com.

You have permission to sell the finished product, but please do not distribute the pattern. Please leave a link to my website in product listing:


This design, a written work and images are a copyright of
(c)MelodysMakings and may not be copied or reproduced in any way

Thank you to Infant Imagery for the gorgeous photo!
Please visit her website at www.infantimagery.com


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6 sts and 8 rows = 2 inches

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One Size


  • Approx. 110 Yards of Bulky (5) weight yarn
  • Size 9.0mm (US13) Straight Needles
  • Yarn or Tapestry Needle

About Designer

About Designer

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I first learned to knit when I was about 15 years old and my sister bought me knitting needles for Christmas. I have been knitting on and off since that time, but really got back into it shortly before my son was born. I had dreams of being able to work at home and raise my children, so I threw myself into something I love, knitting, to make that happen. I have always loved trying new things ...

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