Eight women gathered to start their knitted prosthetics for breast cancer survivors. Some of us found it easier to do knit front and back, instead of make 1, because there are increases in every row, and it can get a bit tight. The website Knitted Knockers provides patterns for magic loop, double points, straight needles, and crochet, and the patterns have sizes from A cup to E cup.
Paula Herbert is a former 8th grade English teacher and yarn shop owner. She has opened her second shop, LYS, and is enjoying the company of fellow knitters, crocheters, spinners, and fiber artists.