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Knockers Free Crochet Pattern

By: Claudia Barbo for
Knockers Free Crochet Pattern
Knockers Free Crochet Pattern
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Learning how to crochet for charity or a friend in need is one of the most rewarding crochet project ideas you can explore. Whether you are looking to make donations to a hospital or know someone who has had a mastectomy, this Knocker Free Crochet Pattern can make a world of difference. These soft and lovely crochet patterns fit nicely into a tank top or bra, providing comfy padding and an aesthetically pleasing look. This crochet pattern can be created in a variety of colors, including a skin tone color to keep them modest and tucked away.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge4.5 sc and 5.5 rows = 1 inch

Materials List

  • 1 (1, 1, 2, 2) skeins Ultra Pima Fine* The yarn choice is very important
  • Size G (4.5mm) crochet hook (or size needed to get gauge)
  • 3 locking stitch markers (1 in a different color for start of round)
  • Tapestry needle

Crochet Knockers Pattern

-To form a magic ring leave approximately 6” of tail wrap
yarn around index finger twice and work desired number
of sc over both strands. When complete pull up tail to
close ring. Continue to work in the round from here.
-Knockers are crocheted in a continuous spiral.
-Move markers up as you go.


Form a magic ring. 
Rnd 1: Work 6 sc in ring. Close ring.
Rnd 2: Inc in each sc around. (12 scs) 
Rnd 3: (Work 2 sc, inc in next 2 sc, pm) 3 times (on the last repeat use a different colored marker). (18 sc)
Rnd 4: (Work 4 sc, inc in next 2 sc) 3 times. (24 scs)
Rnd 5: (Work 7 sc, inc in next sc) 3 times. (27 scs)
Rnd 6: (Work to 1 sc before marked sc, inc in next 2 sc) 3 times.
Rnd 7: (Work to marked sc, inc marked sc) 3 times.
A cup: Rep rnds 6 & 7, 3 times until you have 54 sc, or amount to equal 5” across.
B cup: Rep rnds 6 & 7, 4times until you have 63 sc, or amount to equal 5.5” across.
C cup: Rep rnds 6 & 7, 5 times until you have 72 sc, or amount to equal 6” across.
D cup: Rep rnds 6 & 7, 6 times until you have 81 sc, or amount to equal 6.5” across.
DD cup: Rep rnds 6& 7, 7 times until you have 90 sc, or amount to equal 7” across. 
Work 2 rnds even though the back loop only. 


Rnd 1: (Sc2tog, sc to 1 sc before marked sc, sc2tog) 3 times.
Repeat rnd 1 until you have 15 sc left. 
Cut yarn leaving a 10” tail. Thread tapestry needle and weave through front loop only of 15 sc. Stuff with fiber fill and pull tail to tighten. Tuck tail into knocker so that filling can be adjusted as needed.

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As a breast cancer survivor, my friend offered to crochet this for me, and I am very excited to receive it! I decided not to get a medical prosthesis and this is much better suited to my emotional and physical comfort level, at least at this time. I like the fact you can choose the color and softness of the yarn to suit your own comfort level. Thanks for a very practical idea and pattern!


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