Lindsay Sandiford is on death row after she was rumbled smuggling 3.8 kilograms of cocaine when she arrived in the Indonesian island of Bali from Bangkok in 2012.
The 59-year-old admitted the offences – but claimed she was coerced by threats to her son’s life.
But his mercy pleas appear to have fallen on deaf ears and she now faces execution.
Now Indonesian Attorney-General HM Prasetyo reportedly saying executions in the country were likely to start this year after a brief halt because of lack of cash.
“Knitting stops me from going insane”
Death row gran Lindsay Sandiford
Sandiford from Redcar, North Yorkshire, could now be shot within months, reports her local newspaper, the Middlesbrough Gazette.
The Guardian also reports a batch of state-sanctioned killings are set to go ahead.
The gran has been distracting herself from her horrific fate by teaching 20 other inmates to make teddy bears, jumpers and shawls.
“Knitting stops me from going insane,” she told the Mail on Sunday.
While Sandiford faces death at the end of a gun barrel, British drugs mule Melissa Reid is set to return to the UK “very soon” after Peru agreed to expel her from the country.