Connect volunteer knitters and crocheters with breast cancer survivors to offer free Knitted Knockers to any woman who wants them. There is a huge demand for Knitted Knockers that can’t be met by any one group but together we can do it!
Download the patterns as printable PDF’s here. We have patterns for knitted and crocheted breasts in English and a Portugese translation of the knitting pattern. “I just wanted to add a comment also to say thank you to LCGB for being so generous and making the knitting pattern so widely available to everyone.
This pattern/recipe is another option for those making knitted boobs/breasts for breastfeeding support or training. It has been written as a guide so that you can customise your boob to your own requirements and make a variety of different sizes, shapes etc - just like the real thing!4.5/5(33).
Read more about How to Knit or Crochet a Breast Prosthesis with Free Patterns on Headcovers Blog. Many of these women do still want to have breasts, so they wear breast prostheses. Alternatively, women who had a single mastectomy may wear a prosthesis to balance out their other breast, both in weight and in looks. When knitting or.
Patterns are free but donations are gratefully accepted to help us continue to provide knitted knockers to the women who can use them. Patterns in Other Languages are available on the International Patterns page.. The videos may be slightly different than the patterns as the patterns are updated periodically.