Kimberly Rihn of Launches Newborn Line for Photography Prop Ideas

Stay at home Mom expands crochet kids hat business to include newborn photo props. A great way for photographers to add some pizazz and get ideas for newborn portraits.
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BUTLER, Pa. - Sept. 23, 2013 - PRLog -- BUTLER, PA - Launching into the vast marketplace that awaits new moms with all things baby, Kimberly Rihn premiers her newest venture - a newborn line geared towards photographers and new moms.  Engaging visitors with an adorable new line of newborn crochet hats Rihn abundantly corners the market on cute.  The well-designed site offers handmade hats for newborns crocheted from luxury fibers mainly composed of organic cotton yarn.  “Everything in the new line is super soft for baby’s delicate skin.” said Rihn.  “That bodes well for new moms who like to keep their babies happy.  It also helps photographers who need comfortable, yet adorable, newborn photo props for getting that first great memorable shot.”

Already the proud owner of the very successful website that highlights handmade items for preteens to adults, Rihn is all too happy to share the wealth of her talent with her new audience.  Items available at include beanies, cloche, newsboy hats, bonnets and even themed hats like  a crocheted rendition of candy corn, pumpkin hat or even a crochet cowboy hat  with which newborns can regale onlookers with their cuteness.  Photographer’s props include crocheted cocoons, blankets and wraps, various themed sets and ties, what Rihn calls “bowl stuffers” and of all things, pint sized leg warmers.  “I hope the site will engage gift buyers looking for the perfect knit baby hat as well.” Rihn added.

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