Category Archives: Carers
An email from California from someone who wanted to knit her great-granny a breast to comfort her after a mastectomy
I am launching a volunteer project here in the US to provide women who’ve undergone mastectomies with the option of knit, crocheted or fabric prosthetic breasts (with a less ‘medical’ look to them, and an opportunity for these women to process their journey in color and texture, to express themselves, to feel feminine, strong, average, wild, balanced, or any other way they wish to express). In my research I have come across many references to breast models for lactation training in the UK.
Sheringham boy’s mascot role is a boost for sick mum
By Richard Batson Thursday, April 7, 2011
A mother-of-two battling cancer was given a big boost when her son was a match-day mascot for Norwich City as the team chalked up its biggest win of the season.