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Just grateful……I’ve been cancer free for about 6 years My memories have almost faded of the initial rubber like implants I wore!! Keep up the good work! …………..and Blessings to all of you!
I was blessed with a pair two years ago after a double mastectomy . I had tried bras, pads and other fillers but not pleased with any products.. someone shared the knitted knockers and they have been so comfortable.
After bilateral mastectomy in 2010, and three failed attempts at reconstruction by implants, two years ago this month I had the third and final set of implants removed. After buying and trying multiple prosthetics, I ordered a pair of knitted knockers. They have been the answer for me! KK are soft, light, not hot, and easy to maintain. Now, two years later, I am ordering another pair. The first pair has been worn daily and washed weekly. They have held up very well. I’ll use them as my backup pair now because the yarn isn’t very soft anymore against my skin. Did I mention KK also work well to throw at your husband? Just in fun, of course…
I would just like to thank a lady named Anne, for the two marvelous knitted knockers I have just received. They are beautifully made and just what I ordered. I had a lumpectomy 13 years ago, which resulted in total disfigurement and these knitted knockers are the best thing I have been able to get to use. Many thanks again.
I had long searched for a comfortable prosthesis after breast surgery, but until I saw the ad for Knitted Knockers while at a doctor’s appointment, I found nothing suitable and comfortable. I cannot tell you how much my self-confidence increased while wearing these! I feel so much better about my appearance, and I no longer dread hugs! I have shared your information with every knitter I know in hopes they will join your wonderful group. I am so grateful to have found you.
Thank you so much wonderful knitters. I never got on with the silicone ones so I have done without for a long time. The ones you sent me look and feel great and for the first time in years I feel normal
I had a right mastectomy 3 years back (2018) in Adventist hospital.
Recently (2021) I received 2 knitted knockers from Madam Tan (a very kind hearted volunteer) after I wore for few days I feel very comfortable and the shape looks very reality different from the soft sponge I wore (no shape).
I would like to thank Madam Tan and also all the volunteers for their hard work. Well done. Thank you.
I actually saw a video about Knitted Knockers on Facebook eight years ago and shared it on my page because I thought the idea was golden. My mom had a bilateral mastectomy in October 2018 and has been in remission for two years. She’s tried the silicon breast molds as well as a few other products offered through the cancer center and the VA but, she’s been allergic to them and breaks out in painful rashes. Your video came across my memories today and I thought, “My mom needs a pair of these!” I quickly found your site and ordered a pair for her. I’m hoping she loves them.
Had a left mastectomy in Feb of ‘21.
My surgeon told me about KK. I was skeptical, thought it would pop out of my bra. I finally ordered one at her further endorsement. Received it yesterday, (I only ordered it last week), loved it the minute I tried it. I don’t even see any need to get a silicone prosthesis.
What a wonderful thing. Thank you to my knitter in Pahoa, HI. We’ve never met, but I love you! ♥️
Thank you so much for my knitted knockers. I had a double mastectomy on February 8,2021. Today March 6, 2021 I tried my knockers for the first time , I have to say at first I felt a little silly wearing them but after a few minutes I had a smile on my face because I actually started to feel like I was normal again . I can’t thank you enough for making these .