As it's Christmas Eve, here are two vintage Christmas postcards, featuring people wearing knitting, from the Knitting & Crochet Guild collection.
The first postcard is not dated - although it has an address and message, there is no stamp or postmark - but I guess it's from before 1920. The little boy is very winsome, with his blonde curls peeping out from his hat. But let's focus on the important part - the knitting. Knitting patterns usually show individual items, and so we don't see how they were worn together, as we do here. The boy is wearing a knitted hat, knitted jumper and knitted gaiters. I can't make out what he's wearing between the jumper and the gaiters - possibly shorts. The gaiters are held under the shoes by elastic, probably (there is a pattern for gaiters in Woolcraft). I don't know how they stay up over his knees though - there is no sign of any fastening or elastic. Friction? Willpower?
The second postcard is postmarked 1913, and shows an attractive young woman, again wearing a lot of knitting and some crochet. I think her jacket is knitted, and of course her hat is - a very large and floppy tam with a pompom. Her collar is crocheted, probably Irish crochet, which was very popular at the time. But she's not a grandly elegant Edwardian lady, more the girl-next-door, it seems to me. Very appropriate for sending Christmas greetings.