Cracking the code

Date: 18th March 2015 | Category: News


Inside Crochet designer Joanne Scrace has partnered with Eden Cottage
Yarns to create a stunning collection of knit and crochet designs inspired by
Bletchley Park – home of the WWII codebreakers.

The Bletchley Collection
explores the shapes and patterns of the Park as well as taking inspiration from
the styles and shades of the 1940s. All the projects use Eden Cottage Yarns’
Milburn yarn and are photographed at Bletchley Park itself. There are six
designs in total including two crochet pieces, Tunny and Morse Code.
Joanne is well known for her love of designing beautiful and wearable
crocheted garments and Morse Code is a wonderful example, showing off
the vibrant yarn with a dots and dashes pattern across the yoke. Tunny is a
fun colourwork tam inspired by the spiked cogs of the cipher machines.
Patterns are available from www.notsogranny.com, you can also buy
patterns, yarn and kits from www.edencottageyarns.co.uk.


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