Three Years of Pillows – Free Mastectomy Pillows Handsewn with Love

Today marks 3 years since the 3 ladies pictured started sewing mastectomy pillows and sending them to women in need. They’ve shipped these pillows to women and cancer centers all over the U.S. as well as to Canada, Puerto Rico and England.

My mom, Jan, and her friends, Judy and Becky (they call themselves The Bosom Buddies) all had daughters diagnosed with cancer in 2016. Out of that very hard thing have come many, many pillows. 1500 and counting.

If you, or someone you know could use mastectomy pillows, please feel free to follow this link to our request form.




By KimHarms

Kim Harms is an author, speaker, and part-time library assistant with two decades of freelance writing experience. She has a degree in English from Iowa State University. She and her husband Corey have three super-awesome sons and one crazy dog. A two-time breast cancer survivor, her first book, Life Reconstructed: Navigating the World of Mastectomies and Breast Reconstruction (Familius), is a guide for women walking the breast cancer road. She is currently working on her second book, a devotional for women going through breast cancer.

1 comment

  1. Hello, on Jan 11 marked my 5 yr Cancerversary (I call it). It’s been a hilly journey, but God has been at the center.
    I’d like to Thank you for the Breast pillows you sent me back then. I still have 1. I gave one to my friend who needed it for comfort after SHE was diagnosed. I added a little lavender and gave it to her. It’s been 4 years for her and WE now are Busom Buds. Thank you for ALL you do for us.

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