Monday, November 7, 2016


Knocker Knitten Kittens
of Mesa, Az

These ladies, and men, know how have an old fashion ice cream social for a good cause.  Knocker Knitten Kittens, headed by Artie Lueck, has been a long time partner with Knitted Knockers Charities. 

This group has raised thousands of dollars to help us pay for postage and supplies.  But they didn't stop there, they have made over 1,000+ knitted knockers!



MANY THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!!

Knitted Knockers - Knitted Knockers Charities Helping Women Since 2010

Tempe Yarn & Fiber (2010)
After hearing about Knitted Knockers from a customer, in the fall of 2010, Tempe Yarn started a two month community service project making Knitted Knockers for the Chandler Regional Cancer Center.  Local knitters made about 100 Knitted Knockers and the shop gave them to the Cancer Center where they were given to patients for free.

At the end of the two months, the shop started a new community service project. Then the Cancer Center called asking when they could get their next shipment of knitted knockers?  In parallel customers continued to make them.

Fast forward to 2016, the Knitted Knockers effort has morphed into a worldwide program.  Because of its growth, it separated from Tempe Yarn and became Knitted Knockers Charities a 501 (c) (3) public charity.  A website was set up, www.KnittedKnockersUSA.org, to provide information to cancer survivors on how to get knitted knockers and to locate knitters who would make them.

Knitted Knockers Charities has collected from volunteer knitters across the USA over 8,000 knitted knockers and distributed them for free, to mastectomy patients in all 50 states.  But beyond our efforts, there are now groups in Arizona (Bag & Boob Babes, Knocker Knitten Kittens, Saddle Brooke Knit Wits), Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Tennessee, Washington and Wisconsin that are making, donating and/or distributing knitted knockers in their local areas.  

If you or someone you know needs knitted knockers, simply send Knitted Knockers Charities an email info@knittedknockersusa.org with you name, mailing address and cup size, and they'll send you a free pair of Knitted Knockers. 

If you are interested in helping make Knitted Knockers visit KnittedKnockersusa.org for more information.  You can help change a women's life forever.

Make a Knocker - Help Knitted Knockers Charities Change a Life

Make a difference by visiting KnittedKnockersUSA.org.

Sunday, November 6, 2016

Free Prosthetic Breasts Knitted Knocker Charities

There are choices for Prosthetic Breast.
Knitted Knockers are light, comfortable and fun to wear.
They are also Free.

Check out our website for more information on how
to order your own.




Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Knitted Knockers Charities IS KnittedknockersUSA.Org


Yes, Knitted Knockers Charities is a nationwide 501(c)(3) non-profit, based in Tempe, Arizona, that provides free Knitted Knockers to women who have had a mastectomy.    

Knitted Knockers are a light comfortable knitted prosthetic that when placed in a bra has the shape and feel of a real breast, and are more comfortable than silicone prosthetic breasts. 

These are made and donated by volunteers across the country, then checked, sized and packaged for free distribution to mastectomy patients. Since we began in 2010, thanks to volunteers from around the world, we've given away over 8,000 knitted/crocheted knockers to women in all 50 states. 

KnittedknockersUSA.org is the website for Knitted Knockers Charities Inc, located at 1415 E. University Drive #A102, Tempe, Arizona 85281.

If you want to help visit KnittedKnockersUSA.org for more information.

Friday, October 28, 2016

New Knitted Knockers Angels

We are please to announce that we have four new Knitted Knockers Angels.  Knitted Knockers Angels are recognition of individuals or groups that have significantly contributed to making knitted knockers for Knitted Knockers Charities to give away for free.



Caroling G. from Spring Hill, Florida
Judy M. from Bainbridge Island, Washington
Lesley S. from Mission, Texas
Ruth G. Carthage, New York


Thanks to these knitters, and all the others not listed, for helping us change the lives of breast cancer survivors.