Outlander Patterns

Outlander knitting patterns freeImage Source – Starz

If you are a fan of the Outlander knits from the TV show, then this post will share with you many patterns inspired by the main characters Claire and Brianna.

Throughout watching the show I have been motivated to create a range of knits including fingerless gloves and wrist warmers.

I get so many ideas from seeing the knitwear worn in the show mainly by Claire Fraser the main character as she travels through time.

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Outlander knitting patterns free

Outlander

If you are not familiar with Outlander but like the patterns then not to worry!

I can catch you up with a brief introduction to what it is all about…..

  • The story in the first season follows a married nurse Claire Beecham Randall who travels to Scotland with her husband.
  • Upon finding some ancient ruins, she time travels to Scotland in 1743 and meets up with the handsome rogue Jamie Fraser.
  • Romance and adventure follow in all four seasons, going from Scotland, France to 1950’s America and back again to North Carolina in 1767.

outlander-jamie-claireImage Source – Starz

Outlander Knitting Patterns

Whenever I watch the Outlander series I just love to look at the costumes and see how beautifully they are pieced together.

The colours that have been selected are also an inspiration, from neutrals in natural wool to heather and greens.

I made most of my pieces in browns, greys, green, blue and black.

Outlander knits free knitting patterns

Outlander Knits

As all of the knitting patterns have been inspired by the show, some are very similar, with designs based on the original items.

The patterns included are printables, you can easily print them out to get started.

There are many beginner patterns in garter stitch, ribbing, stockinette stitch and a few intermediate choices too, which feature cable knit designs. 

Brianna in Outlander season fourImage Source – Starz

Fingerless Gloves And Wrist Warmers

Throughout the shows seasons, Claire, Brianna and other characters are often seen wearing a variety of knitted items, including – shawls, capes, cowls and infinity scarves.

The wrist warmers and fingerless gloves are seen in a variety of designs, from simple ribbing to intricate cables.

My patterns include quite a few fingerless glove designs, so you can make a pair for yourself, for gifts or as a project to take along and share at your knitting club.

Cable Knit Stitch

Some of the patterns are for intermediate knitters, as they feature cable stitches, which are a little bit more complicated.

The cables are featured in fingerless gloves, wrist warmers and arm warmer patterns.

Some of the gloves knit in the round have the thumb gusset and others that are knit flat leave a hole for the thumb instead.

Claires cabled cuffs knitting patternImage Source – Starz

Outlander Knitting Patterns Free

The patterns in this roundup are mostly easy for beginners, with some intermediate choices too.

A basic knowledge of knitting is all that is required for you to get started.

The Outlander knitting patterns below have been chosen with variety in mind, from a knitted cowl, capelet, fingerless gloves and arm warmers.

outlander knitting patternsImage Source – Starz

Outlander Knits

Take a look at this roundup of Outlander knits and choose your next project!

Fingerless Mittens Pattern

Fingerless Mittens Pattern

This fingerless mittens pattern is great for beginners, as they are worked flat and then seamed. Outlander fans will want to knit a pair of grey fingerless mittens inspired by Claire Fraser.

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Fingerless Gloves Pattern

Fingerless Gloves Pattern

Make a warm pair of cabled fingerless gloves inspired by Claire Fraser from the Outlander TV series. An intermediate pattern with a 4-stitch cable, this will introduce any beginners to an easy cable stitch.

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Outlander Scarf | Brianna Cowl Pattern

Outlander Scarf | Brianna Cowl Pattern

Make an Outlander scarf with this Brianna cowl pattern that can be doubled over to wear as an infinity scarf. Perfect for beginner knitters, the pattern uses basic knitting stitches and has been knit on large needles.

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Outlander Fingerless Gloves Pattern

Outlander Fingerless Gloves Pattern

Make a pair of fingerless gloves inspired by Brianna Fraser in Outlander season four with this easy free knitting pattern. Fingerless mittens that are knit in the round with the thumb gusset, all in garter stitch.

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Celtic Cable Fingerless Gloves Pattern

Celtic Cable Fingerless Gloves Pattern

Make a pair of Celtic cable fingerless gloves with this free knitting pattern. The Celtic cable knitting stitch is perfect for these Outlander inspired mittens.

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Outlander Claire Gloves

Outlander Claire Gloves

Outlander inspired Claire Fraser’s fingerless gloves or hand and wrist warmers. Make your own pair with this free printable knitting pattern.

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Claire's Cable Knit Wrist Warmers

Claire's Cable Knit Wrist Warmers

The cold days are here, so make sure you’re armed with Claire’s cable knit wristwarmers. These practical, textured accessories are sure to be a hit with any fan of the Outlander TV series.

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Outlander Capelet Pattern

Outlander Capelet Pattern

Inspired by Brianna’s capelet from the Outlander television series, make one of your own with this free knitting pattern. Make it with stripes or without and get cozy in this knitted capelet.

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Outlander Claire's Cable Knit Arm Warmers

Outlander Claire's Cable Knit Arm Warmers

Make a pair of Outlander Claire’s cable knit arm warmers just like the ones she is seen wearing in the Outlander series! Made with medium weight yarn, these wrist warmers knit up fast.

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Simple Knit Arm Warmers

Simple Knit Arm Warmers

Get ready for Spring with a pair of arm warmers! This pattern knits up quickly in medium yarn, and the simple design makes for a relaxing and enjoyable knit.

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