Newborn Wrapping Tutorials

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Sweater Knit Wraps - Newborn Photo Props Canada - Popular Stretch Knit Wraps - Tiny Tot Prop Shop
Gorgeous image by Tracy Christine Photography featuring the
knotted bow wrapping technique in our dusty plum sweater knit wrap.

Knowing how to use your stretch knit wraps is a must for great newborn photos and since I'm useless for tips I had to find a newborn photographer willing to share her secrets. I want to thank Tracy Christine Photography for allowing me to hang out with her during a newborn photo session and for showing us this awesome wrapping technique!

She calls this the "Knotted Bow" wrapping technique and she says it's one of her go-to wraps for the majority of her newborn photo shoots.
 
This video was captured while we were "live" on Facebook, but I thought it was still helpful!
 She's using our popular sweater knit wrap. Check out this article to learn more about these wraps!
I know a lot of photographers struggle with wrapping those precious newborn babies. I'm honestly horrible at it and have no idea how many of you guys do it! I've compiled a list of useful wrapping tutorial videos to help you nail down some popular newborn wrapping and layering techniques.

Flowy wrap;

Putting sleepy caps on twin newborns (Topaz soft knit wrap);
Draping layer over baby (Topaz soft knit wrap);;
Basic wrap;

 

Twist wrap;

Double wrap;
Pretzel wrap;
Twist Knot;
Womb Wrap;
Potato Sack;
Pea Pod;
Toes Peeking;
Basic wrap;
Wrapping techniques and workflow;
Did you find useful tips/videos that aren't listed? Please share them in the comments section!

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