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Our very own Linda Gepper… "Just sending 36 pairs of KnittedKnockers to the Plastics & Reconstructive Surgery Clinic at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI. I’m on #640 and have gone through 30 lbs of Fairmont fiber-fill! Lots of knitter peeps make them, help stuff or donate! What a wonderful community!" Way to go Linda!!!! If you want to be like Linda you can adopt a clinic near you. Find out more at www.knittedknockers.org/adopt-a-medical-clinic/… See MoreSee Less
Oh my, very familiar with RO Beaumont 🏨Great job Linda.
Thank you for all you do to help women like me❤
Is there a clinic near Essex
England where I could purchase these xx
My first choice after my mastectomy…you changed my life, made me laugh and had a very wide audience amongst my friends. Recommend every one who needs one gets one (or a few). So good for your sanity and confidence. Thank you, thank you, from my heart (and boob).
Knitted knockers are the most amazing things ever! I have found that you have to pin them in your bra or bathing suit way down at the bottom of the knocker to keep them in place. Thank you to all the people who make these. ❤️❤️❤️￼
Such a wonderful support group for people like me! I'm so thankful for the ones I got when I needed them!! Thank you for sharing your talents & generosity!❤❤❤
Great job Linda and group!!
Knitted knockers are amazing and I'm so thankful to the ones that make these for women like me. 💗
Fantastic and Heartwarming Gesture
Thank you!!! May God continue to bless all you knitters!!!
THANK YOU all the gals who do the knitting. I have 2 of them…I love them in the summer they are must cooler than the heavy ones.
I love my Knitted knocker!
I found this organization while in the imaging center in Denver. I was just diagnosed with breast cancer…so much waiting time. I saw these lovely tule filled, ribbon tied "things" in a basket on the table and there was a flyer. I am a crochter so, after my surgery, I found a local event and went. Being only a few weeks out from my surgery, it was an emotional day. These were some amazing people…men and women alike!
God bless y’all.
I want to learn to make them so I can help. These are the only prosthetics I’ve ever worn
I'm truly grateful to all of you. I don't even wear the prosthetics anymore! 💜
These are easy to make. I started making them after my breast cancer surgery to help other women going through this.
Huge thanks to these ladies. I ordered one for my mum.When it arrived it was beautifully wrapped with a loving note and some chocolate. My mum loves it. Also told my work colleague about these when she too had breast cancer. She ordered and loved hers too. Amazing people doing an amazing job for people all over the world. Well done to you all xxx
These are great and a great help. Couldn’t afford to buy anything at the time I was diagnosed with cancer. I saw an add at the doctors office and wrote to the group. And got a lovely pair. What a lifesaver
Best gift I ever got!
Yes this is a wonderful organization of kind people. I was given two pair to use while waiting for my reconstruction surgery. They were very comfortable and I was thankful to have them.
Our farm in Ohio is a distribution point. We support 5 clinics and ship to individuals regularly. It is awesome to be able to help!
One of the best things I received after a double mastectomy.. and it was free, great work to all the ￼￼volunteers. Thank you, you are angels 😇
Thank you to all the ladies that donate their time for this worthy cause. I received 2 knitted knockers. Love how light and comfortable they are.❤
God bless amazing❤️🙏😊
I went into a local knit shop… I asked if they participated in the “Knitted Knockers “ program. She asked me about and I explained…
She then said to me “that no women would ever want something like that on
I put back my things I was going to purchase and left…I’ve never been back…she was rude… I have breast cancer.. wow! It was heart wrenching to me.
These are the most wonderful, lightweight, comfortable prosthetics ever! I look totally normal in my clothes. I love them! Thank you for this gift!
how can i get them ?
I was sitting in the theater of a cruise ship knitting my second set of knockers. Someone asked what I was making. They were pretty much speechless when I explained. Knockers are now my new travel project.
Still using them almost a year later. One for swim suit and one for everyday wear. Grateful to this group.
I have 2 and love them. So thankful for the people that do this. God bless you!
Fantastic Story, yes Knitted Knockers are lovely, life-transforming, soft and user-friendly! Most importantly There FREE. If you have lost your breast to cancer and you need a knitted breast prosthesis, you can contact Breast Cancer Initiative East Africa BCIEA +250783438059
Knitted Knockers (Breast Prostheses
Contact: BCIEA +250783438059
I am a recipient of your generosity. Thank you for what you all do. God Bless you all.
Thank you! I Love my Knitted knocker ❤
Loved reading this story. So many caring people!
These look beautifully done!
I’ve just started making these after i had a double mastectomy. I gave 2 to our local physical therapy clinic. What is the softest of the KK approved yarns? Our local store only has one approved brand and it isn’t as soft as I would like so i will probably order a different brand.
Thank you for all you do!
Erica Rae Larson!!!! I knit for this charity!
I love knitted knockers!!!
Can't praise these people enough, I've had mine for nearly five years and it made the world of difference to me and my sanity and comfort.
I knit for this charity. Let me know if you know of someone who has a need.
We got a new shipment of our cool tee shirts. If you are registered as a knitted/crocheter at knittedknockers.org or promote knitted knockers at an event we are happy to provide the tee shirts for a donation of our cost of $22 including shipping. They run very small so order a full size larger than normal. We have lady’s sizes L-3XL and men’s crew neck sizes L-2XL. All shirts are short sleeves. It may appear like some are longer but that’s because we are wearing long sleeve shirts underneath when the weather is cool. If you are already registered with us at knittedknockers.org .just email us at email@example.com with how many you want and the sizes and your mailing address. If not registered please register first at www.knittedknockers.org/knitter-crocheter-registry/and put that you would like to get a shirt. You can donate through the link at www.knittedknockers.org/donations/ and note that it is for shirts or mail a check to Knitted Knockers, 1780 Iowa St. Bellingham, WA 98229. The crew neck men’s size tee shirts run true to size. (We currently don’t have any 2XL women’s so I would order a mens XL or women’s 3XL if needed). Thanks!😀 … See MoreSee Less
I’m SO excited to share about a project I got to take part in called Women of Impact. This online course was created by a nonprofit called Collide, which serves women through all kinds of programs, events and classes, help for access to counseling, and resources.
The Collide Women of Impact online course includes over 70 videos from women in diverse sectors – from stay-at-home moms to business owners to pastors to content creators. Each video in the course was designed to help equip and inspire women to enlarge their impact, pursue healthy leadership, and ultimately, serve others well by putting their unique gifting to work. I had the opportunity to share about how God uses the "Nobodies".
As a teacher from the course, I’ve got a special discount code to share with family and friends (that’s you!) if this interests you. The Women of Impact online course is available HERE and code WOI25 will get you a 25% off discount! This code is good through Monday 3/21.
I can’t wait to hear how this project impacts you!