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Sawubona from eSwatini, Africa!!! I wanted to share with you that the ‘Knitted Knocker’s that I brought over to eSwatini with me were very well received and were gone before I knew it!!! This has been an amazing experience, I literally had women lifting their shirts and showing me whatever it was they had - newspaper, rags, etc forming a breast under their clothes and then pointing to the ‘Knitted Knockers’ and asking for a pair! The smiles and joy that was evident on each and every face is something that I will cherish! I am wondering how feasible it would be to collect a number of these prothesis again so that I can ship them down for this much needed resource in this country - I could have brought double the amount and it still wouldn’t be enough!! I look forward to your thoughts and hearing from you!! Thank you again for your support and for your help!Deb Help us win some much needed funds for postage to help provide prostheses free of charge all over the world by voting for knitted knockers at eaglerarelife.com/stories/barb-demorest 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
Please don't forget to vote. We are doing good but need every vote we can get. We can vote every 24 hours until 12/5/18. Thank you for helping us provide these wonderful gifts to the women that can use them! ... See MoreSee Less
Very excited to be nominated for this fantastic award. Please share and vote each day to help us win much needed funds to help continue to provide free knitted knockers to women everywhere. Remember we are all volunteers providing over 1,000 a month free & supporting over 1,100 medical clinics! Click on the "visit Eagle Rare Life" link below to vote and remember to vote each day. Thank you!!! eaglerarelife.com/stories/barb-demorest
I have one of these... I prefer it over the fitted and specialized one.
Are you allowed to vote more than once? I was thinking you could vote daily & I went in again tonight to vote; numbers spun and "Thank you for voting" came up but when the number finished spinning, it hadn't changed.
Count me in for a VOTE !!
I voted from two different computers. One at school and my own computer at home.
Stitch by stitch, these Wichita women and several other area knitters have provided hundreds of free soft, lightweight prosthesis options for local women and others across the U.S. who’ve had mastectomies.
I have some of these knitted knockers and they absolutely changed my life! They are lightweight, you can put them in a bathing suit or a bra and adjust the size with the batting inside. These wonderful angels only asked for a donation to cover the cost and they are worth any money you can spare!
I also have these wonderful knitted knockers. They look and feel great.
A donation is all they ask for - well worth whatever you can spare.
Thank you ladies for all you do. 💞
Susan Miller Hall
I got mine but it is just 4 weeks since my bilateral mastectomy and i am still swollen and very tender so unable to use them yet. I am not in a big hurry to put a bra on again anyway! 🎗️
This group has given so much. My life is so much better with out those hot heavey expensive protathatic insert. Thank you volunteers.
Linda Linda Elisa R. Hernandez Linda Chavez Lorena Chavez Lisa Jo Chavez Rae Ann ChavezTo my Kansas family, this is what I volunteer to knit and promote in Arizona.
Sherri Rhodes Duyka
Thank you for giving your time and talents to a very good cause.
Thank you to the makers of the KK. Wonderful 💜
Keep Knitting Knockers the world needs them. I knit them at the bottom of Africa and love it x
I'm a very grateful recipient of Knitted Knockers. So comfortable. So good for your morale. They make you feel whole again. I live in Garland, TX. Born and raised in Wichita, KS. I am a 2 time breast cancer survivor, thank you Jesus. The knockers are so comfortable, undetectable, and they are so real. I am so glad I was introduced to this organization.
You all are beautiful people thank you for your time and efforts
I would love to knit them I have a lovely group of ladies willing and ready
Live on the Gold Coast Oz
Very excited to be nominated for this fantastic award. Please share and vote each day to help us win much needed funds to help continue to provide free knitted knockers to women everywhere. Remember we are all volunteers providing over 1,000 a month free & supporting over 1,100 medical clinics! Click on the "visit Eagle Rare Life" link below to vote and remember to vote each day. Thank you!!! eaglerarelife.com/stories/barb-demorest... See MoreSee Less
Edell, Cíara, Sarah, Sara would ye consider voting for Knitted Knockers?
Kathy Perkins 😍
Voted and will spread the word.
Voted and shared with my friends. Love my Knitted Knockers!
I voted, but when I went to vote today, it already says "thank you for your vote". Are we supposed to be able to vote each day or just once?
I voted. I was just at the beach and I loved my knitted knocker especially for that purpose. It was wonderful!!!! Can't say enough good things about all you do for us.
I shared. And I love my knitted knockers. Thank Ypu for all you do for us.
Voted! Thank you for all that you do!
Voted. I love my knitted knockers too.
Heather Dickey Ramsey
Shannon Ramsey Gardner
Peggy Jean Ramsey
Please cast your votr
Voted & shared.
Voted, Good luck!
I am a recipient of one of those knitted knocker and I am very appreciative for it. I will finish up with my reconstruction this Thursday but will never forget those knitted knockers. Thank y’all very much!!!
Voted and Shared!
I knit knockers for this group, please vote.
Voted. Love my Knitted Knockers!
Voted will vote everyday. Thank you for sharing your talents and gifts to women in need. You are a blessing. 💕
Voted & shared! Vote every 24hours!
Voted and started knitting another knocker today!
Voted, shared & donated!
Thank you for your wonderful work,it is much appreciated by me every day that I wear it and by many other women like me. I hope your work will be appreciated and recognized by winning.
What a great gathering at this Colorado group's first ever Knocker Knit-A-Thon with over 80 attendees showing up! Think of the lives impacted by this fun event, "just sayin" :-). Way to go Mary Turek and gang.
Very special email from a grateful recipient... "My nurse navigator gave me a knitted knocker when I was diagnosed with Invasive Lobular Breast Cancer in March, 2018. Before my surgery I had no idea how much I would appreciate this. I ordered another one & a swimsuit one after I was able to put on a sports bra. My husband was so glad to see me feeling better that he wrote a poem about Knitted Knockers. Although my surgeon, her assistant, my gynecologist and their nurses had heard of Knitted Knockers, none of them had seen one. I have proudly showed one to all of them and family members along with the poem he wrote. Everyone wanted a copy of the poem including my Nurse Navigator (who is going to frame it) and the ladies at Pretty in Pink Boutique where I was fitted for my after mastectomy and prosthesis just last wk. Even though I have a prosthesis I will continue to wear my Knitted Knockers. I love the feel of them. I feel his poem is very "uplifting" and so true. I would love for it to be shared on your website. Thank you for all you and the other ladies do! Thank you for sharing this adorable poem and connecting with your doctors! They can register with us and we will provide them with materials for their patients to also receive these wonderful free gifts of love and caring!"
You've heard the word knockers but do you know what it means It's used a couple of different ways in varying extremes One mounted on a door let's you know when someone's there The others are on a woman's chest and the two do not compare They're all different shapes and sizes different colors too The door knocker you can pick the other's aren't up to you You can change a door's knocker as often as you like To change a woman's knockers the cost is out of sight A woman may need a knocker if one has been removed Before it can be delivered it may have to get approved There are different knockers to help you fill in the space One I'd never heard of quickly put a smile on my face It's a Knitted Knocker because it's knitted out of yarn They're made by Special Ladies who really give a darn To some it's just a knitted form with filling placed inside To those who really need one it will help restore their pride If you like the water you'll need one that's quick to dry There's a swimming knocker that you should keep close by If you wash your Knitted Knocker please do so with care Don't put it in the dryer you'll end up with a lopsided pair Thanks to all who spend their time making Knitted Knockers as a gift They sure do come in handy for those who could really use a lift If you lose a knocker either by accident or disease Pray for Knitted Knockers next time you are on your knees ... See MoreSee Less
Perfect I Also Have a Pair of Knitted Knockers I dont Wear Them Much but in Case I have to go to some Event I have them ( had the Left Boob Removed 4 Years ago Invasive Ductal Carcinoma no chemo no Radiation surgery was Curative )
Love this!!! Lol
Absolutely love this poem ❤️ every time I finish knitting one I think “hope this makes a difference to a woman’s life”💝
Love the poem. I showed my surgeon and PT mine. They both love them and will be in touch.
How lovely to write a poem about knitted knocker these ladies do a wonderful job x
Omg awesome got mine but haven’t used them yet still healing 👍😀
Absolutely wonderful. 😀
They have been the best to "up lift" my spirit
I am 2 years post double mastectomy and they are wonderful. My grandaughter mentioned at first that they look alike ten bobs at first because they were a little high on my chest. So I added 2 lead stinkers from my fishing box and was la ... just where they should set. Thank God for the straight talking teens
I have knitted dozens of pairs over the past few years, always hoping in some little way I am making a difference. The poem brought tears to my eyes. Kathy Harris take a look!
He gets it!! Love knitting these!
This is so awsome love my knitted knockers
I only wear my knocker. Don't like the heavy ones from the hospital. Xx
Wonderful to hear of the responses and the awesome poem. I'll get to my knitting needles again. It does make a difference!
Love this poem! Sharing it to save and use our RI Knockers group- BRAvo of RI.
Carol Kilgore this poem
I started knitting knockers two years ago in honor of my sister-in-law, Marilyn, who had been diagnosed with breast cancer. With thanksgiving, Marilyn is cancer-free! I continue to knit knockers for women facing a similar challenge.
Love this poem💗💗💗🙏🙏🙏
Good Morning America... your feel good story for this week
One of the Knitted Knockers groups is organizing this event for makers of knitted knockers. If you want to meet others and share stories sign up, it will be fun. I am hoping to come as well as some others from our group in Washington State. Barb DemorestThis is the official cruise flyer. Please email me or send me a direct message if you would like a pdf version. ... See MoreSee Less
Oh My Goodness!!! How can I get a set of lady bugs?!? My white ones look so plain! Please let me know.
Love the one up front
I want the lady bugs to wear. Too cute
A gnome knocker? Holy Toledo!!!!!
I'd love a creative knocker. The lady bug or the gnome
Are too cool! All
What a great creative, thoughtful group! I love my knockers, but those are really unique!
What fun, and there us still plenty of time to enter the competition this year. Hmmmm, need to think of a theme.
I started using mine yesterday. Wonderful!
You lady's that knit these knockers have hit a home run and then some!!!!!!( speaking from a lady that never knew how much these knockers meant until I had to have a mastectomy ) keep on doin what you do!!!! ❤ Love & bless each & every 1 of you !!!!!!! 🌟✨🙌❤💕❤✌✌ ( I need to get another 1 soon!!)
Need a Xmas knocker!!
Karen look at these knitted beauties for Christmas! 💕
Sherri Rhodes Duyka, take a look at these fun knockers!
I love the tata's! So many great ideas and fun things. I would love to find some Christmas ones .... but not with too many jingle bells 😉
I Love Love These
Love the different designs! What fun! I’ll haveto ordrer one❤️!
Molly had fun with the fireman that helped decorate them. Funny stories💜
Yes! Small things made with and in love make a world of a difference by transforming lives with Hope and Confidence! We love Knitted Knockers and our Champion, Barbara Demorest! TGBTG! Great Things He has done!
Geweldige mensen heb er zoveel plezier van gebruik geen andere meer 😘😘😘😘😘😘😘
How do I order one??
I received my first ones a little over a year ago and they are the most amazing and comfortable things you could ever use. I got two, one for my regular bra and one for a bathing suit. Trying to figure out how to wear a bathing suit and stuff it with something was so difficult until I got one of these knitted knockers and pinned it in my bathing suit. These have absolutely changed my life and I can't thank these wonderful ladies enough for all that they do. They just ask for a small donation if possible. ❤️❤️❤️❤️
I love knitting them!
I’ve just started knitting them, too. I gave away all my quilting fabric, tools & furniture to start knitting again. Someone suggested this wonderful project and I am completely hooked! 💕
I love mine, not to heavy and comfortable!!!💗💗
So comfortable and light weight especially in the hot and humid weather we’re having.
I love my knitted knocker.
They are the best!!!!!
God Bless these amazing women and organization. Thank you
I have 2 completed, and am sending a cash donation for my birthday!
I love my knitted knockers. Had them so long I need to order more. Washed so often they are losing their shape. Where can I order two more sets and send the check?
Starting knitting them after my best friend was diagnosed. Thank you for making the pattern available. I finished these last night, cotton baby yarn. Thought something festive might be spirit lifting.
I have some knitted where can I give them away
I have the pattern and the yarn, but need to know where to send them. I live in NE Washington State.