My favorite scene, well, one of my favorite scenes from Starz Outlander based on the novels by Diana Gabaldon, is the wool waulking scene where Claire helps Donalda Gilchrist and the women of the village set the dye in the wool with ammonia, er, hot pi$$.
It's really hard to get a good look at these mitts but this is what I came up with for my version.
You can find this pattern in my Ravelry store - aka Major Knitter's PX.
Once again, you'll notice that I used my favorite Outlander wool, which is readily available across America: Lion Brand Fishermen's Wool in Brown Heather.
For the mitts, I used a US size 7 (4.5 mm) needles.
And of course, there's always a freebie. I worked out a miniature version of the Wool Waulking Mitts to fit my American Girl Doll or any 18" doll. I included those directions in the pattern, too. These used a bit of fingering weight yarn (Knit Picks Palette Hale Heather) and US Size 2 (2.75 mm) needles.
I hope you enjoy knitting the Outlander Series patterns as much as I enjoy creating them.