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Knitted Knockers, Crochet Too

Traditional breast prostheses are usually expensive, heavy, sweaty, and uncomfortable. They typically require special bras or camisoles with pockets, and they can’t be worn for many weeks after surgery. Knitted Knockers, however, are soft, comfortable, beautiful, and when placed in a regular bra - they take the shape and feel of a real breast. Knitted Knockers can be adjusted to fill a gap for uneven breasts, and they are easily adapted for those going through reconstruction by simply removing some of the stuffing.

King Cole has given us a large amount of KK approved skeins to make knockers for our cancer center. To join this group, all you have to do is show up and we'll get you materials to get started. You will need to bring or buy a set of knitting needles or a crochet hook.

You can knit some knockers using HiKoo® CoBaSi DK! CoBaSi DK  is a DK weight, soft, washable blend that comes in great colors! One hank of CoBaSi DK will make a pair of size C knockers.

Sheep's will refund on a gift card up to 50% of the purchase price of yarns used for Knockers turned into the shop for distribution.

We have other approved yarns too!

~  Bellatrista Milk DK
~  Universal Cotton Supreme DK
~  Wendy Supreme 100% luxury cotton DK
~  Trendsetter Yarns, Lana Grossa Elastico
~  Universal Yarn, Bamboo Pop
~  Universal Yarn, Cotton Supreme DK
~  Cascade Yarns, Ultra Pima
~  Cascade Yarns, Ultra Pima Fine

Can order on demand:
~  Ella Rae, Phoenix DK
~  Euro Baby, Kid Cotton
~  Plymouth Yarns, Anne
~  Plymouth Yarns, Cleo
~  Rowan, Cotton Glace
~  Tahki, Cotton Classic DK
~  Tahki, Cotton Classic Lite
~  Trendsetter Yarns, Lana Grossa Elastico

Skill Level: intermediate
Skill Details: Intermediate
Materials Included: None
Requirements: K101-105. Must be able to cast on, knit, purl, inc, dec and bind off. OR C101-102. Ch, sc, dec, inc, count sts & rows. Have made a hat is helpful, as is being able to read a pattern, but not necessary. We will teach you how to make knitted knockers at no cost under the following conditions: 1. The knitter/crocheter is experienced with the above. 2. The knitter/crocheter purchases yarn from approved list.

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