Knitted knockers are a simple and effective way to boost confidence

By Gemma Quinn Tuesday, 01 March 2016 15:00 0
KNITTING LADIES: Group meets at Kate’s Crafts to knit the knockers (Kate back row centre). KNITTING LADIES: Group meets at Kate’s Crafts to knit the knockers (Kate back row centre).

KNITTED KNOCKERS are ready to take the world by storm and now a group of dedicated ladies are hoping it will catch on in the Costa Blanca.

Kate’s Crafts and Quilting store in San Luis Lakeside are hosting weekly knitting sessions to produce these ‘knitted knockers’, a simple, yet effective way to boost the confidence of ladies who have undergone a mastectomy. 

Unlike traditional breast prosthetics which are usually expensive, heavy, sweaty and uncomfortable, the knitted knockers are a soft, padded, knitted prosthesis that can discreetly slot inside your regular bra.

It is believed the movement began in the USA with the UK now also following suit. 

When Kate Cammish, owner of Kate’s Crafts, heard about it she was inspired to find out more, and is now encouraging  others to help her.

Her Wednesday knitting group has already embraced it and one member has already benefitted. Toni Dyer was diagnosed four years ago at Easter and had a breast removed as well as a year of chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatment. 

“I’m so happy,” she proclaimed. “It’s definitely going to make a difference, I was just using what was in a bikini before. I got one from the hospital but it was weighted and very heavy, these are so soft and light.” Toni is the first happy customer and Kate hopes they can bring some relief and cheer to other ladies. 

The knitted knockers are provided free of charge and if you provide Kate with your bra size they can be custom made. 

Kate has done a lot for local charities but after being touched by cancer and losing her sister she has launched a campaign to help others. “They do not take too long to knit and if people can’t knit they can donate a ball of wool.”

For more information call Kate on 966 789 195 or search Kate’s Crafts and Quilting on Facebook.

Comments (0)

There are no comments posted here yet

Leave your comments

Posting comment as a guest. Sign up or login to your account.
0 Characters
Attachments (0 / 3)
Share Your Location

Poll of the Week

Given the number of incidents involving drunk travellers on planes heading to/from Spain, should an alcohol limit be introduced in airports?

Latest Tweets

Deadline for talks set for the end of #September. #Airportstrikes #aena #Spain https://t.co/ZtN6N4m1Nr
Have you checked your wallets? The prize money has gone up! #Spain #prize https://t.co/DJY9fih700
#Snow in parts of #Spain already! #Snowjoke https://t.co/UeMwhkPSCR
Follow Euro Weekly News on Twitter

Post Gallery

First two days of strike action suspended at Spain’s airports to allow 'space' for talks

‘Positive’ talks between Aena and unions but Spanish airport strikes not called off yet

Police hold Saudi royals at gunpoint in Marbella

Airport strikes in Spain loom as last-ditch talks scheduled

Juana Rivas faces prison despite handing sons over to father

EasyJet hoping new hand luggage in the hold option takes off on its flights

British couple devastated over Axarquia home demolition

How we can help tackle senior isolation

One dead in Malaga road  tunnel car crash