Knitted Knockers volunteers sew, stuff, and package knitted artificial breasts in June 2015 at Apple Yarns in Bellingham. The nonprofit has been recognized as charity of the month for October 2015 by the Seattle Seahawks and radio group Bonneville Seattle.
Knitted Knockers volunteers sew, stuff, and package knitted artificial breasts in June 2015 at Apple Yarns in Bellingham. The nonprofit has been recognized as charity of the month for October 2015 by the Seattle Seahawks and radio group Bonneville Seattle. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald
Knitted Knockers volunteers sew, stuff, and package knitted artificial breasts in June 2015 at Apple Yarns in Bellingham. The nonprofit has been recognized as charity of the month for October 2015 by the Seattle Seahawks and radio group Bonneville Seattle. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald

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