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Congratulations to Deanna and the Colorado Knitted Knockers group for being recognized as a 7Everyday Hero for all the wonderful work they do helping others! You are in inspiration! Find more information on how to get free knockers or help provide them at knittedknockers.org. ... See MoreSee Less
As a survivor of breast cancer. I thank you for all that you do. When I received my knitted knockers I was stunned at the work that went into then. Also there was a beautiful hand written card and a chocolate wisp. I just feel apart and had a good cry. Afterwards I was fine. So thank you for all the work you all do xxxx
You are awesome
Thank you so much Knitted Knockers
Thank you for what you do.
So thankful for mine!
Thank you for all you do!
Thank you for all you do
Thank you, my go to!
Thankful for mine ❤️
You volunteers are awesomely wonderful❤️
So thankful for mine. I love them
love mine thanks to you all for making me feel whole again❤️
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These are awesome
I couldn’t get a real prosthesis until nearly three months after my surgery. The knitted knockers were a god send.
So very thankful for mine too! 💝
AmaZing, thank you so much.
Absolutely brilliant - a lady here in Kingsbridge UK was given hers a Christmas present and she thrilled
Thank you to ALL of you caring ladies. You have helped so many of us through the worst time of our lives. When i received mine, I cried tears of joy, because I looked “NORMAL“ again. I know each one you knit, you put so much TLC in them. Im always sharing with anyone i can about this AMAZING group of ladies all over the world...THANK YOU! 🎀🙏🏻😘
Womens hour had an interesting article about breasts this week.
Congrats from Knitted Knockers Roanoke , Virginia...
Knitted Knockers shared PRMA Plastic Surgery - Breast Cancer Reconstruction Specialists's post.
1 month ago
We are so happy to support medical clinics, over 1,200 so far! For more info check out knittedknockers.org.For patients waiting on #BreastReconstruction (or for those choosing no reconstruction), Knitted Knockers offers free knitted prosthetics for women after #mastectomy. Thanks so much for sending us our very own Knitted Knockers to give to patients in need!
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The striped one in front is my 400th! So happy to be part of Knitted Knockers! Linda G Way to go Linda, providing comfort and dignity to hundreds of women with your talents! Thank you so much! knittedknockers.org ... See MoreSee Less
Has it been 2 years already since Dear Abby posted about Knitted Knockers ? Turned out we sent out 10,000 knockers from the response to that one letter! Share with your friends to help reach thousands more. We are ready! More info available at knittedknockers.org and donations can be made there too! ... See MoreSee Less
I am so thankful for these groups that do this. Now sassy sparkles helped herself to mine for a day. My granddaughter came running in the bedroom early Sunday morning to let me know I would have no boobs for the day. Lol
I love mine Thank You
I learned about Knitted Knockers from Dear Abby and have been knitting them ever since! A great organization helping women♥️
Don't know what to give your favorite knitter for Christmas or want to tell your friends and family what you would like? Share this video and give a gift that makes a difference to women worldwide!
Knitted Knockers All I want for Christmas is to make a difference! Ask for a gift card from your local yarn shop for yarn to make knitted knockers for women who have had a mastectomy. Share this with your friends as a "hint" for what they can get you for Christmas! ... See MoreSee Less
Got this message today: "I met with a group of fun, genuinely caring souls from Merck Pharmaceuticals here in Lansdale PA for a stuffing event!! We stuffed 100 KKs that I’ll be distributing to local Cancer Centers. I can’t wait to do another Friendship Event. We love you Knitted Knockers!! 💕 Circle of Love XO" Love what this wonderful group of Merck employees and Circle of Love friends are doing helping women dealing with a difficult time of their lives. Thanks for sharing!!!! knittedknockers.org ... See MoreSee Less
Beautiful ladies doing beautiful work!Our ELLAS group meets every week to knit handmade breast prosthetics for breast cancer survivors! Breast prosthetics are typically expensive and uncomfortable - our #ELLAS group works not only to make them but to provide them to those in need!
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I got some of these in North Carolina and I cannot live without them. The prosthetics you get from the store are heavy, hot and expensive. These are adjustable in size with quilt batting inside. You add more batting or take some out to make it specific for you. You can put them in a regular bra or even in a bathing suit which saves so much money! I just put a pin in mine when I’m swimming so it doesn’t float away. These ladies are angels and sometimes ask for a donation to help cover the cost of materials and shipping. They are absolutely amazing, both the ladies and the knitted knockers. ❤️
As a breast cancer survivor, I hated the prosthetic my insurance covered. Then I told my nurse navigator it hurt, she told me about knitted knockers. I love them!!💕
I have 2 sets from a lady in NC also. Bless this group of women that help us breast cancer survivors
support Knitted Knocker boobs...they are the best thing I have ever made. 12 ready to go to Tygerburg Hospital Cape Town South Africa Breast feeding clinic education department. Children need lessons to feed their babies so these boobs are perfect for that job. I also make regular boobs as well as Cancer patients always need them. This Cancer is always with us.... I am a member of Nutty Knitters Milnerton Cape Town. We supply an amazing amount of knitted/crocheted goods to people who are in need in our community. Please donate all your Odd Balls of wool and cotton. We meet this afternoon at 2pm at the Lions Clubhouse Milnerton Please pop in for a coffee and meet us all !
You ladies are doing a wonderful thing. Keep up the good work!
Thank you ladies for making us feel whole again ❤️
I wear mine everyday, great for doing Pilates. Store prosthetics do not work for exercises.
Our group in Columbus, Ohio, does this also!
What an Inspiration! Thank you Sharon for helping others!Celebrating Sharon! Interview #20
Sharon coordinates Knitted Knockers of Wichita, a community of volunteers who make soft prosthetics for women who have undergone a mastectomy, supplying 7 clinics in and around Wichita, Kansas.
When Sharon was little, she wanted to be a hair stylist, and fulfilled that dream until a back injury put her career firmly aside.
Sharon describes her life so far as; Fun, Exciting, Fulfilling.
To inspire other women & girls Sharon, who survived breast cancer two times, shares, “I found with faith in God I am a stronger woman than I ever thought I would be. Never give up on yourself. Reach out to others, help when you can, give what you can, be there for others.”
That’s the spirit Sharon!
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Best wishes from here in the UK.. I love my knocker. Xx
a wonderful orgnization.
Thank you to all the wonderful volunteers who do such great work. I know as I am one of so many who have received this gift after wearing those awful rubber "replacements" for over 8 years.
An amazing charity. Helping women around the world. They are hand knitted/crocheted prosthetics for women who’ve had a mastectomy. Provided free of charge.
My wife was passionate about this wonderful group. Knitting helped her keep a focus on a goal being the best she could be. I do miss her. Thank you for the comfort and dignity that this group gives to people in need.
Thankful to have found such a great organization to volunteer for. 💞
I care. I knit for this charity and I can't imagine a better cause
I saw these in my radation clinic thought it was awesome! I really want to make them just need a little help with them.
I love my knitted knockers! Much more comfortable than the prosthesis.
I don't knit but I have crocheted a bit. I'll have to give it a try! 😊
Making these is such a blessing ❤️
Thank you for my knitted knockers. God bless the volunteers. Truly you guys are a blessing. 😊
Hi just volunteered a month back for crochet knockers
Today handed over my first 3 pairs of knockers for dispatch to india
Loving 🥰 to do these and truly blessed to volunteer for such a noble cause and for one time would like to share the pic
An awesome group!! Thank you for everything you do!
Thank you to my special knitter in Maine. You have been a blessing
Hey, Layne, I could knit these. Bring the instructions with you
Love these, I have 1 from my dr....just needs alittle weights added to keep n place. I got some silicone needs im gonna try
What is the brand of yarn you are using in the photo?
This is a kind act....I could not afford a real one. These ladies are a blessing!
Love my knitted knockers! Thank you!
Daphne Croker x
Sherri Rhodes Duyka
Thank you. Mine are beautiful. Requested in anticipation of having my implants out next week. Had a double mastectomy in 12/15
Cant say enough about these groups. Changed my life
I love knitting these for cancer centers in New Hampshire!
I am so happy i found this years ago!!!! Changed my life!
Love my Knitted Knockers! They are the best - so light and easy to wear.
Love my knitted knocker
I wear it daily to look normal in clothes. It's way better than the plastic prosthetics
Thank God for KKs
Love my ladies!!!!!!! Thank you!!!!!
I love my knitted knockers even in my swimming suit I look normal !!!!!!
I made some and now they are telling me that they will not accept knockers made on straight needles. They only want them made on double pointed needles or a circular needle both of which are a royal pain to do with so few stitches and light weight yarn.
Great story!! I am a knocker knitter (say that three times real fast)!!! I have lost track of how many I have knitted.
Thank you to all those who knitt these 😍
Life changing! Thank you SO much!
An amazing organization serving women worldwide. I’m proud to be part of it. To think that it was started by 2 women from Bellingham, WA.
The Bellville South Methodist Church (Cape Town) started with this project in August this year. A great success! My sister and several ladies at our church community and the broader Bellville Community benefitted from this wonderful project. Thanks to Dana Biddle and Elise Brophy for their support in this project!!
💖💜💕💞♥️. Love me some knitted knockers💞
Thank you ladiez
💖💜💕💞♥️. Love me some knitted knockers💞
Thank you ladiez