Knitting Patterns

Make something amazing today with knitting patterns from Not So Granny.

Bombe

Inspired by the Bombe machine, used in the decryption process at Bletchley, the circle motif represents the drums on the machine. Worked in the round and grafted together to give a fully reversible cowl.

£3

Hut 8

I was astounded to learn that more than 130 female civilians worked in secret at Bletchley, filing, punching holes and carrying out routine tasks. Without their administrative help the code cracking wouldn’t have happened. This everyday classic cardigan is a tribute to these ladies. With simple shaping, patterning and construction this cardigan is the ideal first top down garment pattern – as easy to make as it is to wear.

 

£4

Baudot

This lace slouch beanie hides a secret…worked into the pretty lace pattern is an original cipher code, ‘Baudot’ from Bletchley Park. It reads, ‘knit, tink, knit, tink’. Here’s hoping you’ll enjoy the knitting and not have to do too much of the tinking!

£3

Beatrice Evening Bag

A pretty evening bag knitting pattern, with ribbon handles, just a little lace. It is quick to knit in a chunky yarn with no seaming and knit at a tight gauge so no need to line.

£3