you're not sure what size you need, the best thing to do is get out a
ruler or tape measure, even if you need to measure your arm or other
item if that is your best sizing reference.
Also, use the product description to find the best size suitable.
I try to list the smallest size of animal that a product can accommodate of their typical size ranges.
Common mistakes to avoid is dwarf hamster sizes for the larger syrian hamster sizes, or ferret sizes for cat sizes.
When measuring, only measure the width, height, and length. Please do not send circumferences unless asked. If you'd like to make a diagram for a visual aid and include it in a message, I'm always happy to get a clearer clarity.
I have a habit of making things on the slightly larger side, to help with any unforeseeable shrinkage from use and cleaning. For this reason alone, do not add extra inches to what you wish made when taking measurements since I already do this.
Animal sizes -
I've tried my best to keep the size listings as explanatory and helpful as possible. Use the measuring help above and product descriptions to order the best size of design you like. If you still are unsure or need more help, contact me with your questions and I'll do my best to help you.
The human sizes -
Some items are one size fits all, such as headbands and scarves.
Clothing - usually I get Jerzee, however the brand name will be included on the listed item.
Fleece hoodies and jackets that I make are equal to Jerzee brand sizes.
Other items will be self explanatory in the product description.