PATTERN We do not have our pattern on the web, you need to request a kit. Kit contains our 100% COTTON (Bendigo Woollen Mills 8ply) pattern and fibre fill.

For our organisations high standard of quality control we want the product to be the same across Australia, hence a standard kit that is given out for FREE.

The knitted prosthesis is so soft and it can be worn straight after the mastectomy operation.

Order your Kit from Head Office: by phone: 03 9808 6292 or email or [email protected]

Look forward to hearing from you
Cheryl President, Knitted Knockers Australia.


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    • Barbara Daiute on March 15, 2015 at 3:23 am

    My sister and I have had a breast cancer, with a lumpectomy. My niece had to have her breast removed, and is not wearing anything, she seems a little discouraged. I thought if I made one for her, just to show that she loves me, she would try it, and would see that she looks normal!!
    Thank you for doing such good work.

      • burwoodn on March 16, 2015 at 2:30 pm

      Hi Barbara, It would be a pleasure to send you a pair of knitted prosthesis from our stock. All knitters are registered with the organisation, they knit the prosthesis and send into Head Office or an authorised branch as all the prosthesis have to go through a national Quality Control check. We have a national register of all prosthesis that are given out. All I would need is her name.address and her ordinary bra cup size. I could still send the prosthesis to you to give to her as a gift. Email us at [email protected] Thanks Cheryl President Knitted Knockers Australia.

    • Juda on March 15, 2015 at 8:19 am

    Could I get (buy) the pattern for the knitted knockers??

      • burwoodn on March 16, 2015 at 2:02 pm

      Hi Juda, Just email Head Office : [email protected] with your request and details and we will be able to help you. Cheryl President Knitted Knockers Australia.

    • Marty Peisch on March 16, 2015 at 9:52 am

    What a wonderful project! I would be delighted to start Knitted Knockers in my hometown of Brainerd, Minnesota, USA (it’s in the north-central part of USA). There is one hospital in town, and others 20 miles to the east and west. I know plenty of knitters that would be delighted to help.

    If you cannot mail a kit to me, perhaps you can send me the pattern and enough information to get a new group up and running.

    Thank you so much! I’m looking forward to getting started!

    Marty Peisch
    5211 Ojibwa Road
    Brainerd, MN 56401 USA
    (218) 963-4359
    [email protected]

      • burwoodn on March 16, 2015 at 1:56 pm

      Thanks for your wonderful offer, but you can support womem in your local community, contact the Knitted Knockers Info and they will be able to help you.Please let them know that we referred you. Cheryl President Knitted Knockers Australia.

    • Barbie Baker on June 5, 2015 at 8:14 pm

    I would like to knit some knitted knockers for breast cancer please.

    • Colleen on June 9, 2015 at 5:28 pm

    Hello, I have been knitting some knockers and would like to know where to send them as a donation. I live in lower NSW but happy to send them where they are most needed.

    • Pamela Gregory on June 13, 2015 at 9:17 am

    I am a breast cancer survivor. My concern is for a neighbour who has recently had a double mastectomy. I have mentioned Aussie Knockers to her and know she would like to try them. I am also interested in having a go at knitting them. Ineed to know how I can forward money to you and supply postage details.
    Sincerely, Pam.

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