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Jo Panayotoff works on one of her Knitted Knockers on Sunday afternoon at Coastal Knitting on Port Republic Street. The handmade prosthetics are intended for survivors of breast cancer who don’t want to use others made of heavier silicon. Photos by Bob Sofaly/The Island News

A better alternative 

Clockwise from left, Julie Williams; Janice List, owner of Coastal Knitting; and Jo Panayotoff on Sunday work on knitting Knitted Knockers for breast cancer survivors. List said this is their third event of the year in support of Knitted Knockers Foundation to help women with a softer, more natural-feeling prosthetic than the heavier silicon alternative. The groups hopes to start their next project in early 2023.
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