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I just received my knitted knockers yesterday. They feel so soft to my sensitive skin. I just had a double mastectomy in April and these make my clothes look great. I tried them in some swimsuits and look wonderful. Then I read that I should order a separate pair for water. I just sent my donation. I can’t thank you guys enough for these light knockers.
The knitted knockers have been a God send after having a bilateral mastectomy a few years ago. I can not thank the ladies enough who have their hearts in this knitting project and the lovely letters they enclose with the orders. When I received my order I could not keep from feeling safe, supported and part of the number of cancer survivors team. If I knew how to knit I would be helping the world of women so in need of feeling better about their body image when out in public. The cancer support groups I had attended were not aware of this wonderful knitters offering and were so relieved to find the resource to help bring their self esteem back. I thank you with all my heart.
I just got my knitted knockers a friend ordered for me. Yay! I am flat on right side due to implant failure- and with Covid and some minor health issues- my reconstruction keeps getting put off. This will certainly make my life better until that happens- or who knows- maybe I’ll just skip reconstruction altogether. These are so light and comfy- I thank you all. You even included a cute mask. I sent a donation right away. I’m a knitted knocker fan for life.
Being diagnosed with a reoccurrence of breast cancer after many years was extremely difficult for me. In the Covid environment I could not have my husband with me at all during my mastectomy. Due to previous breast cancer treatment I wasn’t an ideal candidate for reconstruction and didn’t want to spend more time alone in the hospital anyway. The oncology nurse sent me home from a visit with a pair of knitted knockers and I am wearing them everyday.
I know I am not alone in this recovery. Thank you.
I cannot thank you enough for the knitted knockers that you have sent to me. After undergoing this traumatic experience, the knitted knockers gave me the confidence that I needed to move forward. They are so soft and look amazingly real under my clothing. The volunteers that make these are amazing! You have earned a special place in heaven! Thank you so much!
Just received my first pair. Shared with nurses and Plastic Surgeon. We all loved the idea to get me thru my 2nd DMX you could say. My body rejected 2 different sets of implants. What the heck am I going to do now.. After hours of crying, I remembered someone mentioning KnittedKnockers. Thought it was a joke, well a true believer now. Even sent the pattern to my mom who loves to crochet and knit. Thank you for other options. God bless you sisters
I was diagnosed with invasive ductal Carcinoma breast cancer/ triple negative in May 2019. I have finished chemo then came double mastectomy and reconstruction. I developed an infection around the expanders and found dead tissue. So they had to remove the expanders and was left to be flat. So long story short i was not mentally prepared for being flat. My oncology resource nurse told me about the Knitted knockers. It was a very easy process to get them. I just wanted to express my gratitude to ALL and EVERYONE that makes or volunteers for the Knitted knockers company.
I starting wearing them since healing from surgery and absolutely love my knockers and has been restoring my self-consciousness of myself. LOVE LOVE MY NEW BOOBIES
My plastic surgeon gave me a pair as I’m going through reconstruction. All I can say is thank you, they have really help me alot. They are so soft i even wear them to bed sometimes. Some of my family members don’t know about my surgery and they cant tell I’m wearing them. I would recommend them to anyone going through reconstruction, so happy my surgeon offered them to me.
I am the mother of Brenda Woods and we found your knitted Knockers on the internet and we ordered Brenda her knitted Knockers and was very pleased with them!
I am sorry to have to say Brenda lost her battle to recurrence of breast cancer this past Dec 16,2019
I just want you to know she felt very comfortable wearing her knitted knockers. They were light in weight and went in her bra comfortable It brightened her life up once again after having a Mastectomy in 2017 ! I have a few friends that I had the privilege to tell them about your knitted knockers and they will be in touch with your organization
You have a beautiful testimony and how this all began! Thank you for caring about all these women ,giving them back their life. I know Brenda would want me to let you know how much she appreciated them! God bless you and all those who volunteer knitting or /and crocheting them !
Brenda is now in her permit home in heaven! She was ready. She was 57 years old.
I Brenda’s mother would love to learn how to crochet or knit these and volunteer to make them for women in memory of our precious daughter ! You have my permission to share this testimony. I am not sure if you will accept this testimony seeing Brenda is deceased!
Thank you once again for making our daughter so happy when she received her knitted knockers.
I want to show appreciation to all you wonderful people who dedicate and take the time to supply a wonderful breast replacement to women who are going through such a stressful and emotional time. And for FREE. I have used one this past year and I am getting ready to have the second implant removed. I tell and show every one about your wonderful service. They are by far the way to go. I may have to learn to knit one of these days so I can be a part of such a caring group of people. I am ordering another set for everyday and one for swimming. I will also donate to your cause as I have in the past. You should all be so proud. You have made an incredible difference in my life.