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4 days ago

Knitted Knockers

Fantastic Zoom meeting with the Saaisha India Knitted Knockers group. Amazing the work they are accomplishing for the women of India. Its inspiring the bond we have with women worldwide united around a common cause of bringing comfort and dignity to women. A little early in the morning for this west coast USA participant though, 12 1/2 hrs difference in time zones! ... See MoreSee Less

Fantastic Zoom meeting with the Saaisha India Knitted Knockers group. Amazing the work they are accomplishing for the women of India. Its inspiring the bond we have with women worldwide united around a common cause of bringing comfort and dignity to women. A little early in the morning for this west coast USA participant though, 12 1/2 hrs difference in time zones!Image attachment

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Having my double mastectomy June 3. Knowing I have my knockers ready and waiting for me makes me feel a little better about the whole thing.

They are wonderful - thanks to all the knitters who are so kind to spend their time making them

You’ll love your Knockers or, as one of my friends calls them — explants! A lot safer than more surgery.

👏👏

3 weeks ago

Knitted Knockers

Thank you Debbie and the Northern IL Crochet Guild for sharing this fun activity about Knitted Knockers!
"Attached is a word search I put together for Knitted Knockers. Feel free to share it or use it as you want to.

Thank you for all that you do,
Debbie Deitke
Publicity Chair, Northern IL Crochet Guild"
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Thank you Debbie and the Northern IL Crochet Guild for sharing this fun activity about Knitted Knockers!
Attached is a word search I put together for Knitted Knockers.  Feel free to share it or use it as you want to.  

Thank you for all that you do,
Debbie Deitke
Publicity Chair, Northern IL Crochet Guild

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Thank ❤ you so much for all you give.

Thank you so much! ❤️❤️❤️ You all are so amazing for helping us.

Thanks for the word search. Where in IL is Northern IL Crochet Guild? My knitting group, BosomBuddiesoftheQC.com, is in Moline, IL

1 month ago

Knitted Knockers

Timeline PhotosLove is the ultimate message of Easter. Showing we care by providing comfort and dignity to women is one way we can love one another. Happy Easter! knittedknockers.org. ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Easter!

That is lovely!

Hey! I make Knockers AND those bunnies!

Blessings ✝️💗

2 months ago

Knitted Knockers

'BOO-BEES' The finalists in the Knitted Knocker Super Fan Challenge at STITCHES West this past February 2020. Participants were invited to submit creative "knocker knockoffs" as a fundraiser for knittedknockers.org. Finalists were displayed at Stitches West 2020. Check out these cool designs and don't miss reading the inspiration for the designs. Thank you to all who donated their time and resources to help us with supporting women during a difficult time. 'Boo-Bees' by Bobbie from Bakersfield, CA. I dedicate these knockers to my grandmother who died of breast cancer mets in the 1940's at the young age of 47. Materials & Construction Details: I used yarn and polyfil. These were 2 knockers provided that did not pass inspection. Yarn wrapped & glued to knockers for design. Bee wings attached and antenna attached. ... See MoreSee Less

BOO-BEES The finalists in the Knitted Knocker Super Fan Challenge at STITCHES West this past February 2020. Participants were invited to submit creative knocker knockoffs as a fundraiser for knittedknockers.org. Finalists were displayed at Stitches West 2020. Check out these cool designs and dont miss reading the inspiration for the designs. Thank you to all who donated their time and resources to help us with supporting women during a difficult time. Boo-Bees by Bobbie from Bakersfield, CA. I dedicate these knockers to my grandmother who died of breast cancer mets in the 1940s at the young age of 47. Materials & Construction Details: I used yarn and polyfil. These were 2 knockers provided that did not pass inspection. Yarn wrapped & glued to knockers for design. Bee wings attached and antenna attached.

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👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

cute!

My favorites!

Love these!

Terrific

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2 months ago

Knitted Knockers

MAKING a DIFFERENCE! One of our 1,450 registered medical clinics sent this wonderful note today with a request for more knockers:
Good Morning!
I wanted to thank you for the great work that you do. Our patients love the knitted knockers.
Just last week I had a patient who was unable to get reconstruction at the time of her mastectomy secondary to surgical recommendations in response to COVID 19.
She said to me: “What am I going to do , I will go into the hospital normal and come out one side flat.” She was emotionally distraught about this.
I was able to meet her at the hospital on the day of surgery and present her with the knitted knockers. These made a huge difference to her self esteem.
It is a very stressful time right now for everyone in our country, and especially so for women who are being treated for breast cancer. Your breast forms are a godsend for our patients.
The director of our Breast Center program is a staunch supporter of your organization and we are very pleased to offer these knockers to our patients.
We would be so grateful if you could send additional knitted knockers our way for the benefit of our patients. They may be sent to my attention at the address below.
Again, thank you so much for undertaking such a wonderful service for women in the midst of breast cancer.
Warmest regards,
Jamie
You are making a difference!!!! knittedknockers.org
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MAKING a DIFFERENCE! One of our 1,450 registered medical clinics sent this wonderful note today with a request for more knockers:
Good Morning!
I wanted to thank you for the great work that you do. Our patients love the knitted knockers.
Just last week I had a patient who was unable to get reconstruction at the time of her mastectomy secondary to surgical recommendations in response to COVID 19.
She said to me:  “What am I going to do , I will go into the hospital normal and come out one side flat.” She was emotionally distraught about this.
I was able to meet her at the hospital on the day of surgery and present her with the knitted knockers. These made a huge difference to her self esteem.
It is a very stressful time right now for everyone in our country, and especially so for women who are being treated for breast cancer. Your breast forms are a godsend for our patients.
The director of our Breast Center program is a staunch supporter of your organization and we are very pleased to offer these knockers to our patients.
We would be so grateful if you could send additional knitted knockers our way for the benefit of our patients. They may be sent to my attention at the address below.
Again, thank you so much for undertaking such a wonderful service for women in the midst of breast cancer.
Warmest regards,
Jamie
You are making a difference!!!! knittedknockers.org

2 months ago

Knitted Knockers

Oh wow! This was my laugh for the day. Most women of a "certain age" will relate :-). More finalists in the Knitted Knocker Super Fan Challenge at STITCHES West this past February 2020. Participants were invited to submit creative "knocker knockoffs" as a fundraiser for knittedknockers.org. Finalists were displayed at Stitches West 2020. Check out these cool designs and don't miss reading the inspiration for the designs. Thank you to all who donated their time and resources to help us with supporting women during a difficult time. S'MORE MAMMO-GRAHAMS, PLEASE!'
by Amanda Bakersfield, CA
Story or Dedication: I made these S'mores Knockers to encourage women to get mammograms and to highlight the free mammograms The Breast Cancer Center provides every October. They are also a humorous take on how women feel during a mammogram.
Materials & Construction Details: My Mammo-grahams were
hand knit in wool yarn and embellished with machine and
hand embroidered felt crackers and chocolate. knittedknockers.org
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Oh wow! This was my laugh for the day. Most women of a certain age will relate :-). More finalists in the Knitted Knocker Super Fan Challenge at STITCHES West this past February 2020. Participants were invited to submit creative knocker knockoffs as a fundraiser for knittedknockers.org. Finalists were displayed at Stitches West 2020. Check out these cool designs and dont miss reading the inspiration for the designs. Thank you to all who donated their time and resources to help us with supporting women during a difficult time. SMORE MAMMO-GRAHAMS, PLEASE!
by Amanda Bakersfield, CA
Story or Dedication: I made these Smores Knockers to encourage women to get mammograms and to highlight the free mammograms The Breast Cancer Center provides every October. They are also a humorous take on how women feel during a mammogram.
Materials & Construction Details: My Mammo-grahams were
hand knit in wool yarn and embellished with machine and
hand embroidered felt crackers and chocolate. knittedknockers.org

2 months ago

Knitted Knockers

More finalists in the Knitted Knocker Super Fan Challenge at STITCHES West this past February 2020. Participants were invited to submit creative "knocker knockoffs" as a fundraiser for knittedknockers.org. Finalists were displayed at Stitches West 2020. Check out these cool designs and don't miss reading the inspiration for the designs. Thank you to all who donated their time and resources to help us with supporting women during a difficult time. 'THE EYES HAVE IT'
by Charles from GA
Story or Dedication: I made these pieces for
the Bakersfield Knitting Guild after attending
one of their meetings and hearing about the
Super Fan Challenge. I was just trying to be
clever and creative to catch some attention…
and help promote Knitted Knockers. knittedknockers.org
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More finalists in the Knitted Knocker Super Fan Challenge at STITCHES West this past February 2020. Participants were invited to submit creative knocker knockoffs as a fundraiser for knittedknockers.org. Finalists were displayed at Stitches West 2020. Check out these cool designs and dont miss reading the inspiration for the designs. Thank you to all who donated their time and resources to help us with supporting women during a difficult time. THE EYES HAVE IT
by Charles from GA
Story or Dedication: I made these pieces for
the Bakersfield Knitting Guild after attending
one of their meetings and hearing about the
Super Fan Challenge. I was just trying to be
clever and creative to catch some attention…
and help promote Knitted Knockers. knittedknockers.org

2 months ago

Knitted Knockers

More finalists in the Knitted Knocker Super Fan Challenge at STITCHES West this past February 2020. Participants were invited to submit creative "knocker knockoffs" as a fundraiser for knittedknockers.org. Finalists were displayed at Stitches West 2020. Check out these cool designs and don't miss reading the inspiration for the designs. Thank you to all who donated their time and resources to help us with supporting women during a difficult time.YOU ARE A MASTERPIECE (Note the take on VanGogh's Starry Night)
by Colleen from Lake Havasu City, AZ
Story or Dedication: One of the leaders of the Knotty
Knitters group here in Lake Havasu told me about
the Challenge because she knew that I have provided
my Knitted Knockers here. All the ladies in the group
encouraged my idea, and believed in my concept.
From where the inspiration came, only God knows.
Many thanks to my knitting friends, Lisa from
Havasu Bead Studio, and my Dave, who supports my
Knocker work.
Materials & Construction Details: Base knocker knitted in
Cascade Ultra Pima (Cobalt), duplicate stitch embroidery
using Joy Sunday Counted Cross Stitch kit/pattern, Czech
and Miyuki glass/crystal beads.
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More finalists in the Knitted Knocker Super Fan Challenge at STITCHES West this past February 2020. Participants were invited to submit creative knocker knockoffs as a fundraiser for knittedknockers.org. Finalists were displayed at Stitches West 2020. Check out these cool designs and dont miss reading the inspiration for the designs. Thank you to all who donated their time and resources to help us with supporting women during a difficult time.YOU ARE A MASTERPIECE (Note the take on VanGoghs Starry Night)
by Colleen from Lake Havasu City, AZ
Story or Dedication: One of the leaders of the Knotty
Knitters group here in Lake Havasu told me about
the Challenge because she knew that I have provided
my Knitted Knockers here. All the ladies in the group
encouraged my idea, and believed in my concept.
From where the inspiration came, only God knows.
Many thanks to my knitting friends, Lisa from
Havasu Bead Studio, and my Dave, who supports my
Knocker work.
Materials & Construction Details: Base knocker knitted in
Cascade Ultra Pima (Cobalt), duplicate stitch embroidery
using Joy Sunday Counted Cross Stitch kit/pattern, Czech
and Miyuki glass/crystal beads.Image attachment

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Awesome!!!!!

Beautiful

WOW!!! Awesome

Looks like a Monet

Beautiful!

Cool!!

NEED !!!! IM A FAN!!!!

Love VanGogh!!

absolutely fabulous!

WoW!! Beautiful

💙💙💙💙💙💙💙

That is beautiful

Amazing & Beautiful

The Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh

Amazing 😍👏

Gorgeous!

Thank you, everyone! I enjoyed making it. !

Gorgeous

Beautiful! And so worthwhile! Thank you xx

totally awesome!♥

All of the winners are awesome & whimsical. I've been spending most of my days while adhering to the stay at home, stay healthy order knitting regular knockers of various sizes. Working on #169 tonight!

Beautiful 😍

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2 months ago

Knitted Knockers

More finalists in the Knitted Knocker Super Fan Challenge at STITCHES West this past February 2020. Participants were invited to submit creative "knocker knockoffs" as a fundraiser for knittedknockers.org. Finalists were displayed at Stitches West 2020. Check out these cool designs and don't miss reading the inspiration for the designs. Thank you to all who donated their time and resources to help us with supporting women during a difficult time. Story or Dedication: Dedicated to loving,caring nurses everywhere making our lives better.
Materials & Construction Details: Created by a nurse who
provides to her patients. knittedknockers.org
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More finalists in the Knitted Knocker Super Fan Challenge  at STITCHES West this past February 2020. Participants were invited to submit creative knocker knockoffs as a fundraiser for knittedknockers.org. Finalists were displayed at Stitches West 2020. Check out these cool designs and dont miss reading the inspiration for the designs. Thank you to all who donated their time and resources to help us with supporting women during a difficult time. Story or Dedication: Dedicated to loving,caring nurses everywhere making our lives better.
Materials & Construction Details: Created by a nurse who
provides to her patients. knittedknockers.org

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This was so appropriate for the times we are in. Thank you to Jacqui who is a nurse and knits knockers for her patients!

I love them

2 months ago

Knitted Knockers

WHY The HECK NOT Winner!!! "Knocker Fish"
The winners of the Knitted Knocker Super Fan Challenge were announced at STITCHES West this past February 2020. Participants were invited to submit creative "knocker knockoffs" as a fundraiser for knittedknockers.org. Finalists were displayed at Stitches West 2020. Check out these cool designs and don't miss reading the inspiration for the designs. Thank you to all who donated their time and resources to help us with supporting women during a difficult time.

The winner of the “Why the Heck Not” award is Laureen Furnas with her ‘Knocker Fish’ Knocker.

"Gazing at an aquarium of fish can calm anxiety and stress. This bowl full of fish has a 2 fold effect. It can relieve stress and anxiety that illness brings on and the fish provides a pair of knitted knockers!”
Materials & Construction Details: Random acrylic yarn, bulky weight, pair of Knit Knockers, sewn together.

Thanks to our amazing sponsors Artisan Space Artisan Space, Stunning String Studio Stunning String Studio, and bluprint Bluprint who donated the “Why the Heck Not” prize package.

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WHY The HECK NOT Winner!!! Knocker Fish
The winners of the Knitted Knocker Super Fan Challenge were announced at STITCHES West this past February 2020. Participants were invited to submit creative knocker knockoffs as a fundraiser for knittedknockers.org. Finalists were displayed at Stitches West 2020. Check out these cool designs and dont miss reading the inspiration for the designs. Thank you to all who donated their time and resources to help us with supporting women during a difficult time.

The winner of the “Why the Heck Not” award is Laureen Furnas with her ‘Knocker Fish’ Knocker.  

Gazing at an aquarium of fish can calm anxiety and stress. This bowl full of fish has a 2 fold effect. It can relieve stress and anxiety that illness brings on and the fish provides a pair of knitted knockers!”
Materials & Construction Details: Random acrylic yarn, bulky weight, pair of Knit Knockers, sewn together.

Thanks to our amazing sponsors Artisan Space Artisan Space, Stunning String Studio Stunning String Studio, and bluprint Bluprint who donated the “Why the Heck Not”  prize package.

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I love the fish, it definitely deserved to win.

Great job Laureen Kenoyer Furnas

so cool! how about a turtle knocker. very into turtles. what fun!

Love the creativity of all of them.

So creative!

The fish should definitely win .I love the colors.

Way to go Mom!

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