you should do that again, model your pieces.
I always think that a lot of items just look a lot better worn than shown. I mean: we are not flat, women even less then men and kids. So how should a well fitting sweater lay flat nicely? And if: a lot of the detail will not show.
So: Well done, not just the knitting.
But I totally understand that problem of "the right moment". You want to wear the perfect outfit (no sweatpants with a fine cardigan, no wrong shirt underneath and all that). THEN you need to have your hair done, make-up (for you and me, it seems). You have to be in the mood, often need a second person and then daylight is very good - shade on a summer day, preferably. And then, just then, you get the perfect pics. And nothing else is worthy of being taken, let alone shown.
That is why I often take pics of a lot of stuff at the same time. The moment comes along, and here goes a basket of stuff to the garden to be worn and shown.
Then all those questions of "background" - no untidy livingroom, kitchen or anything... all that. Well, I do not live in a pictureque castle to stand next to the mantle piece and I do not own a baboo forest either... so pics of me in my stuff are rare, as well. I totally understand.