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Tips for all the wonderful volunteer knitters and crocheters out there. If changing color on the back of knockers to add some fun to your light or dark neutral knockers remember to start a few rows onto the back like the one in the picture. ALWAYS use the same yarn as the main color of the knockers (same brand and name just different color). Also, if mailing to us we are still receiving knockers addressed to our old address from over a year ago. Please send to Knitted Knockers Support Foundation, 1405 Fraser St. #F103, Bellingham, WA 98229. Thank you so much. Together we are making a difference!!! knittedknockers.org … See MoreSee Less
These are such a blessing!! I wore them for a year during reconstruction after a bilateral mastectomy. I’ll wear them again after I explant in 2024. It’s traumatic enough to have amputations because of cancer… but to end up with implants that cause lymphoma after all I went through is just awful.
Thanks to all of you who make these, I have confidence I won’t feel disfigured when I go out in public! Thank you so much!
Where do I order a second pair? I want to have a back up pair but all I can find is where to order the free ones. By the way, I absolutely love mine!
I love my knitted knockers!!! Been wearing for two years. They are such a “life saver”for me. Thank you knitters, so appreciated.
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You all do such great work!! Love my knockers and tell everyone about them. Thank you all!!
Love my knockers. Such a blessing. Much more comfirtable than any other breast forms I bought.
I love mine. I ordered my 1st ones after my single mastectomy. Then I had DIEP reconstruction and a reduction on the other side 18 months later. My DIEP side is about half the size of my reduced side now because the radiation is still shrinking my skin. So I ordered a smaller set (one regular and one for swimming) to make up the difference from the shrinkage. So thankful for these and all of the volunteers that make them. They are so easy to take care of also.
Lydia C Tovar
I've heard these are nice, other ones people buy are heavy and make a person sweat.
And what's great if you loose a lot of weight like I have done you can down size. Like most women would naturally I always lost weight in my boobs when I lost weight .!!!
To all you wonderful volunteers making knockers this is for you! "I received my Knitted Knockers today, they are fabulous. I wish I could hug the person(s) who made them for me. God bless all of the wonderful people who make these. You made me smile today! I will be sending in a donation ! Happy Holidays to all" … See MoreSee Less
Love them…so thankful!! Merry Christmas everyone! ð
Knowing you are pleased makes me feel great. I make the crocheted version and love doing it. I received a pair years ago. I had double mastectomy. I cried because it touched me to know someone cared to take the time to make them and understood the importance to have them. Bless youâ¤ï¸
I agree. God bless these terrific women. I love mine.
I echo this sentiment! Thank you for all you do!
I know exactly how you feel. I felt the same way two years ago. I wear them every day. I’ve ordered new ones. And yes, I donate too. We are blessed to have the knitters that think of us and keep on knitting!!! â¤ï¸
Thank you Knitted Knockers!â¤ï¸ â¤ï¸â¤ï¸
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I felt the same way when I got mine! Thank you knitters!
Received mine last week! I can't wait to heal enough to wear them! Thank you!!
They are a blessing to wear, God Bless all the workers!!!
I appreciate all the volunteers that make our knit knockers.! I had surgery in 2018. Started off with a nice prothesis and switched to knit knockers every single day! No matter the occasion! ð
You are so welcome! I love knitting them.
I have had mine for a few years and I couldn't be happier! I was a double mastectomy and these made me feel SO much better!! My daughter surprised me with them and I cried! Thank you ladies and may God bless you always!ðâ¤
Love mine too â¤ï¸ and the lady who made them!
They are what helps me feel like a woman and not a freak. I had one side mastectomy. I can once again feel like I am more normal. Thank you so much for what you do for the mastectomy community.
It is a privilege to be a part of your healing process. May God Bless you all.
Born to Serve
You're welcome from a crochet-er!
I just received mine too! so thankful for those who volunteer to make these.
Thank y'all for the ones I requested for my friend who had a double mastectomy. Ever since receiving them, I thought they were beautiful and I'm now learning how to make them. She was so happy to get them and I'm so happy to be able to help.
It has been and continues to be an honor to make the KKs for breast cancer survivors. I’m a survivor and the work is an honor.
I need this service. I haven't had my double mastectomy yet but I've had two lumpectomies on one breast and there's only probably an A cup to slightly a b cup but my other side is a c to a d so it's very awkward wearing clothing out around people and I'm so self-conscious about it.
As a stuffer, I'm honored to be of service.
Thank you for mine!!
I've been using them for many years. My doctor's office recommended them. They are the best.
I have not had new ones in 3 years. I need a contact in Marion.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (WTAJ) â A local group is making an impact in the lives of breast cancer survivors one stitch at a time. The Centre Knitters Guild met on Nov. 2 to discuss their regular businessâ…
Thank you Astrid and Charlotte Yarn for supporting the women of your community in this special way! "Hi fellow volunteer knitters. Sharing my personal donation photo of 105 knitted knockers to Charlotte Yarn today. They are collecting all month to deliver to Atrium Health Levine Cancer Institute in Charlotte on November 1st. As a thank you, they gifted me some Cascade Ultra Pima. I left smiling with more yarn to knit with!" knittedknockers.org. … See MoreSee Less
I am living in Jamaica I did a Mastecomy how can I get pair?
Thank you to everyone contributing to Knotted Knockers. You are kind, loving people.
I want to do this too! Great work âð
Thank you for all you do to help cancer patients. I am so grateful and feel truly blessed, I just received my first knitted knockers…just amazing!!! Love it!!!
If you only knew how very thankful I am for my “knitted knockers”! I wear them everyday and am thankful for all those that volunteer their time to bless those of us that use them! Thank you!â¤ï¸
How do we get them?
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Congratulations to all the beautiful knitter volunteers making a world of a difference among Breast Cancer Patients they even don’t know!!!!!
I am so grateful for every single person that takes the time to make these ,they have made a huge difference in my life â¤
That’s fantastic!!! Love all the colors!!! Is the cascade your favorite brand to use?? I keep thinking I need to learn how to make these!!!
What yarn do u use for the knits knockers? Thank you.
Thank you ladies for all you do â¤ï¸
I’ve just started making these and trying to get my bearings. 1st, where did you get the adorable net bags and what size are they? Do you include a leaflet or any information in the bag? How did you find “where” to take them? I just registered on the website today.