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I am so grateful for my Knitted Knocker. I am here today to order a fresh one because the one I have has been used every day since my mastectomy. It is stained with the Sharpie pen that was used during radiation to mark the areas of my chest where the radiation beams lined up. It is greasy and smells of the coconut oil and other potions that I used on my irradiated skin. It is a symbol of my journey that no one but me ever sees.

A big thank you to Margaret G for my aqua knocker and the little extras she put in the parcel, it is a lovely fit and I am going to order an everyday one as they are so light and comfortable. Love to all the knitters keep up the good work, order no A1709004.

I received my knitted knocker a couple of days ago. It is beautiful. Thank you Anne for knitting this for me, it fits perfectly into my posh new bra. I feel like me again. Thank you Anne. Order no K1708021.

Thanks so much to Rachel for my rainbow knocker K 1705171 Pretty and perfect Goodbye NHS prosthesis, so dull, so heavy.

I received my knitted Knockers yesterday and wore them for the first time today. I haven't felt this normal in years!! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

I received my Knitted Knocker in time to wear it to church on Mother's Day. I love it!!! the yarn is cool and soft against my skin. I could not wear the heavy silicone prosthesis and bras following my double mastectomy (the scars from the surgery go almost completely around my chest and back and they feel 'icky creepy and hurt because of the staples and clips under the skin in those areas). I found that wearing compression camisoles helps tremendously with the residual pain (even after 10long years) and they are able to hold the knitted knockers in place fairly well. my sister is making me more for Christmas (she LOVES to knit and crochet) in a variety of colors to match the camisoles i wear. I feel more self confident going out to shop and visit friends now. not as self conscious as i was before. (the mastectomy left me with quite a hollow chest quite the opposite of what i once had going from a DD to less than nothing) the scars are quite ragged and uneven and painful so i did not want to go outside much.. I am so looking forward to becoming more outgoing again = getting out and enjoying life. Thank you for this gift!!! Thank you for giving me my life back... thank you for helping me work on becoming 'whole' again... thank you

I wanted to share my knitting experience. I was almost finished with my first knocker when I realized I had dropped a stitch as I tried to measure my project. I was unable to fix my mistake and knew I needed to find a better way for me to knit these. I knit socks on two circular needles so I started a knocker on double points and after a few rows put the stitches on size 16 inch circulars and I'm knitting up a storm. I will be able to measure more easily, take them when I travel without fear of dropping a stitch, and get more done more quickly. Hope this might help other knitters. Thanks to Cat Bordhi and her technique of knitting socks on circular needles. Good luck to all who are or have undergone treatment

I am a 15-year cancer survivor. Thanks to God and my doctors. I tried wearing a prosthesis but they were just too uncomfortable, so I did without anything. I just heard about these wonderful ladies and their knitted knockers and it brought tears to my eyes. God Bless you ladies. The work you are doing is sooo...much appreciated.

Would like to thank kerry m for my lovely knitted knocker xx

I have received a knitted knocker a couple of months ago and have been wearing it ever since. It's light, comfortable and just generally a great idea! Thank you unknown knitter!! 🙂
Greetings from Switzerland

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