Breast Cancer patients often need prosthetics on a temporary or even permanent basis.
Some can cost as much as $300 each, but an Arizona charity called Knitted Knockers is asking knitting enthusiasts to use their yarn remnants to make soft, comfortable prosthetic breasts for those who need them.
Knitted Knockers chapters have sprung up in various U.S cities, though not yet in Georgia. Click here to learn how to make Knitted Knockers and find out more about starting a local group.
Click on the video to see Valerie Hoff and Chris Holcomb's Knitted Knocker chat during Saturday's 11 Alive Weekend Morning News at 6am.