This Outlander Brianna fingerless gloves pattern will allow you to create gloves knit in the round and the finished mitts will look great made in any color.
I wanted to share with you another free knitting pattern that has been inspired by the TV show Outlander.
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Inspired By The Outlander Costumes
If you have been watching the Outlander TV series, in season four, you have probably noticed the beautiful costumes and knitted pieces that Claire’s daughter Brianna wears, including her olive green fingerless mittens.
Brianna is seen wearing a range of knitted pieces, including a striped capelet and a simple garter stitch knitted infinity scarf.
They are also in many neutral colors, from shades of grey, olive greens, black and brown.
Seen worn below with the Brianna Outlander Capelet – with short row shaping.
Fingerless Gloves Worn By Brianna In Outlander
This design is inspired by the gloves worn by Brianna with her capelet in Outlander season 4, episode 9 ‘The birds and the bees’.
They have a curled edge, at the wrist, at the top of the hand and thumb, to look like Brianna’s gloves in the image below.
Basic knowledge of knitting is all that is required for you to get started.
More Outlander Knitting Patterns
Whenever I watch Outlander I just love to look at the costumes and see how beautifully they are pieced together.
Claire and Brianna’s costumes have motivated many knitters to make shawls, infinity scarves, and more throughout the four seasons that have aired so far.
I wanted to make a collection of knits that are inspired by both Claire and her daughter Brianna.
You can see more Outlander knitting patterns here.
Grab the Ultimate Outlander Pattern Collection Ebook set in my shop here – The Ultimate Outlander Collection – With 39 Knitting Patterns.
Resources and tutorials you may find helpful in following this pattern:
This pattern is great for any advanced beginner knitters.
- You should be comfortable casting on and casting off, as well as knitting in garter stitch.
- You should be comfortable knitting in the round.
- You should also be comfortable reading knitting patterns.
- And understanding knitting abbreviations and terms.
Outlander Brianna Fingerless Gloves Pattern
Skill Level – Intermediate
The gloves knit up quickly and the simple design makes for a relaxing and enjoyable knit.
The Brianna fingerless gloves are perfect for the colder weather, as they have been knit with medium weight yarn (04), in Himalaya Everyday New Tweed, shade 75122 – olive green.
Using knit stitches, you will create an interesting design, knit in the round on circular needles, with the thumb gusset.
The thumb gusset is explained in the pattern and is easy to follow, knitting in the round so that you don’t have to pick up and knit stitches later on.
You may also enjoy the men’s version of this pattern – Men’s Fingerless Gloves Knitting Pattern.
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- You may sell items produced using this pattern.
- Do NOT use the copyrighted photos for your product listing.
- Women’s small/medium/large. In patt – S (M/L)
- Length from wrist to top of hand – 12.5 inches
- Width (laying flat) – 3/3.5/4 inches
- Thumb – 2 inches
Gauge – 18 sts/24 rounds in 4 inches/10 cm/in stocking stitch.
The Supplies You Need…
- 1 x 100g skein of any medium weight yarn (04)/Aran/Worsted/10 Ply.
- Yarn weight chart
- I used Himalaya Every Day New Tweed in Olive Green 75122
- Good Yarn Substitute – Cascade 220 in Forest Green 8267.
Abbreviations / Knitting Abbreviations List
- CO – cast on
- Cont – Continue
- K – knit
- M1 – Make 1 stitch
- St(s) – stitch(es)
- Rep – repeat
- PM – Place marker
Outlander fingerless gloves – make 2 pieces.
Both pieces are knit in the round.
- CO 32 (34, 40) sts, pm and join in the round, being careful not to twist sts.
- You will use the magic loop technique to knit these gloves in the round.
- Knit every round until the piece measures 8 inches from the cast-on edge (or until you have the length you desire).
- K 15 (17, 19), pm, M1, K1, M1, pm, K 16 (16, 20). 34 (36, 42) sts
- Knit round.
- K 15 (17, 19) M1, K3, M1, K 16 (16, 20). 36 (38, 44) sts
- Knit round.
- K 15 (17, 19), M1, K5, M1, K 16 (16, 20). 38 (40, 46) sts
- Knit round.
- K 13 (14, 17), remove marker and place 12 sts onto a stitch holder, CO 1 st, and K 13 (14, 17) to the end of the round. 39 (41, 47) sts in total, inc the 12 on the st holder.
- Remove markers.
- Knit every round until the piece measures 3.5 inches from the thumb hole or until your desired length to the top of your hand.
- Cast off loosely.
- Place the 12 sts from the stitch holder onto the needles.
- Pick up and knit 1 st from the CO edge.
- Knit every round until the thumb measures 2 inches.
- Cast off loosely.
Weave in any loose ends.
Place a stitch or two if there is a gap beside the base of the thumb.
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