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Calling all knitters/crocheters that want to make a difference in Haiti! We have sent hundreds of knitted knockers for use as diagnostic tools in Haiti but they need thousands more! Trained nurses utilizing knitted knockers with beads sewn in them are teaching the women of Haiti self breast exam. They have asked for thousands more of dark brown size Bs. If you can help register as a knitter/crocheter at knittedknockers.org and start knitting or crocheting those dark brown knockers! ... See MoreSee Less
I reregistered in hopes of helping now that I’m home full time again 💕
Do the Knockers for Haiti need to be stuffed before mailing to Knitted Knockers?
Do you want them in cotton or acrylic?
paintbox skin cotton in coffee bean .. making more 🙂
Is there a cutoff date by which you'll need these, or will this be a long-term kind of project?
A friend and I have each committed to knitting knockers for this project. We usually carry our finished products to a local store that supplies 2 hospitals in the Cincinnati area. We love the idea that our finished knockers will travel to Haiti.
Received all my goodies today!! I’m “knockin’ on Haiti’s door!” What a great cause to be a part of!
Where do you sign up to knit?? I would love to help out.
Oops. Forgot the picture so trying again! Christel on the way to the post office to send out this week's orders for knitted knockers. Over 700 going out free to recipients just this week! If you need some, want to help make them or donate to help with our postage (over $50,000 last year) go to knittedknockers.org. thanks to all the volunteers we are making a difference in women's lives! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you knitted knockers for making mine with love. After having an implant for over 7 years, I went flat due to an issue with pain. Now I put in my knitted knocker and smile knowing I am equal looking!!!!
Bless you ALL
Thank you all for all you do. ❤️
Thank you for your good work!!
Amazing! Thank you for your love!
So fun to put a face to a nane! Hi Christel.
I treasure mine
Love mine! So much more comfortable than the silicone forms. Thanks for making mine. I know they were made with love.
AWESOME! Keep up the GREAT work! THANK-YOU for DOING what you DO! May GOD BLESS EACH ONE! Cancer SUCKS & PINK STINKS!
Hello sweetie! You are a busy girl and we love you!
You ladies Rock For all you do I have a Pair of these Way Better then the Reg Falsie
Waving "Hi" to you, Christel" from Pahoa, HI!
Hi Christel !!! Thank you for all you do!!
Bravo !!!!....vous avez changé la vie de ma mère ❤️
So good to see my girl Christel!! Thanks for all of your support for this Missouri state suppliers. 👏🏻💓
Thank you for what you do. When I feel the need to have boobs, I pop them in. They are so lightweight and comfortable
So many thanks to all the knitting angels! 💖
I shop at Amazon a lot,being disabled and cancer survivor,I have KNITTED KNOCKERS SUPPORT FOUNDATION as my AMAZON SMILE charity..Shop and donate....
Good for you!
My wife recently had a mastectomy, any chance to get one???! Great team!!!
Knitted Knockers shared a post.
3 weeks ago
Wow. 2000 pairs stuffed. What a party! Way to go Canada!Here are some pictures from our wonderful stuffing party this past Sunday......a huge thank you to everyone who came out💞💞💞💞💞💞. We got almost 2000 pairs stuffed so we are set for a little while. Also a big thank you to Eversoft Foam Products for their donation of this fantastic stuffing, it really does make our Knitted Knockers unique and so so comfortable👼 ... See MoreSee Less
You ladies rock!
Thank you ladies. We so appreciate all you do.❤️
God Bless You all for your wonderful efforts to make women like me feel comfortable with our mastectomies. Sending lots of xoxo’s to you all!
Thank you for all you do!
What kind of stuffing is it?
A knocker stuffing party!
You ladies rock that is a for sure 👏
WOW! You ladies are AMAZING! 👏 ⭐️ And, you "KNOCKED" it out of the park! Way to go! THANK-YOU to each & everyone for the great work that you DO! May GOD BLESS each of you! Cancer SUCKS & PINK STINKS!
Tanzania update: A lovely young woman started knitted knockers in Tanzania & I just got this update from her awesome mom... "Before she left home for med school, I made her a promise that I would continue the Knitted Knockers work which she started here through her school and I am happy to say that I have kept my promise. We have a very nice group of ladies, about 16 of us so far (and growing fast), and we get together once a week, every Thursday afternoon to stuff and label all the prostheses that we have knitted or crocheted.
Once a month we also make a hospital visit to the Ocean Road Cancer Institute (OCRI) which is part of the Muhimbili National Hospital in Dar es Salaam. OCRI is the only specialised facility for cancer treatment in Tanzania, and one of the oldest institutions in Tanzania having been founded in 1985 by the German colonial government. Today it is under the Tanzanian Ministry of Health offering numerous patient services.
We go to the hospital once a month, usually during the support clinic day, and we give out the prostheses directly to the women who have had mastectomies. These ladies travel from all over the country for diagnosis, surgery and treatment and many come from the very poor rural areas. In addition to the prostheses we also give out bras as many of the women don’t even have any, and lately we have also been giving them soap, bananas, biscuits which they themselves had asked for. We have so far given out over 500 prostheses.
We are humbled and gratified because they are so well received. None can afford reconstructive surgery and very few can afford the silicone prostheses which actually I am not even sure are available locally.
I really wish you were able to come and visit us and see for yourself the happiness on their faces when they receive the prostheses. I am attaching one photo of our group and I will also try in a separate email to send you more photos of our hospital visits as well as a video clip of a couple of the ladies dancing with joy upon receiving them. However, please don’t post this video on facebook out of respect for their privacy.
We have been very fortunate in that so far many people have come forward with donations of money and also cotton yarn. The polifiler we can buy locally. At the moment we have enough money and yarn to last until at least the end of the year.
We have also now made contact with 2 hospitals one in the town of Arusha and one in Mwanza and we plan to meet them in the next couple of months to work out the logistics of how to these prostheses to them too. We are careful to make sure that they are given out free of charge so that no one can sell them which is something we were anxious about in the beginning. If you can remember I’d written to you to ask how we could go about making contact with the women who would need the prostheses. It is through these hospitals that we are now able to actually meet the ladies and give the prostheses to each and every one of them.
This is our news Barb. I thought you would be happy to hear all this. All the ladies in our group are volunteers and have generously offered their time and funds as well.
I am sending you a lot of love Barb, and I would really like to thank you so much for giving my daughter and all the ladies in our group this opportunity to serve our community and for making us feel so fortunate to be able to do this" ... See MoreSee Less
This makes my heart sing!
My heart sings too. Such a beautiful story.
What a GREAT story! ❤️ And, to think that all this started with YOUR daughter! Be PROUD! THANK-YOU to each & every one of you for DOING what you do! MAY GOD BLESS EACH OF YOU! Cancer SUCKS & PINK STINKS!
What a great story to read first thing in the morning - of selfless love. Thank you for your hard work and care for other women who fight this terrible disease. I make the knitted knockers, and take orders by size, for my friends., and will continue till my fingers won't work anymore. God Bless your work Group.
Thank you for sharing your story 😘 God bless 🙏🏻
This is simply outstanding and amazing Barb!! Your heart must be so full! Your reach is world wide!! So proud to be (or have been) a small part of it. What a blessing you are to the world!!
Thank you Mary for delivering knitted knockers to the Martin-O'Neil Cancer Center. We are looking for volunteers to "adopt" medical clinics around the country. If you want to make a difference in your community or wish to order free knitted knockers for your friends or family check out knittedknockers.org for more info. ... See MoreSee Less
Love my knitted knocker.
THANK-YOU, Mary! GOD BLESS YOU! Cancer SUCKS & PINK STINKS!
“it’s little things in life that make a big difference” We love Knitted Knockers in Rwanda too, they transform our breast cancer patients’ lives. Thanks to our dear friend Barbara Demorest for teaching us how to make them! We have made over 1,000 Knitted Knockers👍
4 weeks ago
Look at this awesome group of people providing Knitted Knockers to the women of Belgium! For more info on how you can bring knockers to the women of your country or order them for a loved one go to knittedknockers.org. We send them free all over the world! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you 😊
God Bless you all! I love mine, it makes me feel comfortable and confident. It helps a lot to have that when going through such a tough time.
Many thanks to Barbara Desmond and the Knittedknockers team for setting up such a beautiful project and for all of their support . Knittedknockers Belgium 🇧🇪 is so happy to be part of this worldwide chain of solidarity for breast cancer fighters and survivors ! The pictures represent two of our knitting groups in Belgium, one is located in the Flanders ( Geluwe) : the Triamant knitting group and the other group is from Brussels: the knitting group called Trico-Thé from Schaerbeek. These fantastic women are so happy and proud to participate in this wonderful project! A big thank you 🙏 to all of them from Knittedknockers Belgium 🇧🇪
Thank you. God bless
WAITING FOR MINE TO ARRIVE. OVER 3 MONTHS SINCE SURGERY & STILL DON'T HAVE A BRA OR FORM.
Is there a group in Baton Rouge, Louisiana?
Love mine! I have worn a silicone form for 10 years and I switched to the knockers! Wouldn't go back.
Thanks ladies I 💓my KKs
Thank u ladies for taking time to knit....my mom was able to get one.....she may have to do her other breast.....
Your group is so inspiring. I believe in KNITTED KNOCKERS FOR WORLD PEACE!♥
Thank you all. I consider you ladies angels on earth⚘💖
You all made my life complete thank you.👄
You have made this difficult time in my life so much easier. I can't began to tell you how thankful I am for what you do. Heartfelt Thanks to all the knitters out there ♡♡♡
I need to get to the post office and mail mine to you.
Happy to be part of this beautiful adventure with our little group from Liège (www.facebook.com/knittedknockersbelgique/)
Thank you for doing this!!!