It can be hard to get a sense of how big a garment or accessory is without a reference point.
For example, placing a blanket on a sofa, can give your customers an idea of whether it’s suitable for laps or as a throw-cover.
Sometimes you might not have the right models for your garments, but it’s worth being resourceful with what you have available, in order to give your customers the best representation of your pattern.
For example, if you’ve designed a baby blanket, but don’t have a baby in the household! Having any person available to hold up the blanket up can still give a good sense of scale.