Saturday, 14 September 2013

Family Super Star Stitchers

 New Super Star Stitchers join the ranks from family members of children who are in, or attending, the unit and who have already each  received their own LillyBo quilt. 
Thanks so much and how lovely that they have joined in to help make quilts for other children and can find time to think of others whilst they are going through so much themselves.
   Quilt No 55 
(the number was allotted a while ago by request so the name label could be embroidered.)
This was made by a mother from Wirral, just over the River Mersey, or under if you go through one of our two tunnels! 
This will brighten and comfort a  young girl's life for sure. 
A super huge matching tote goes with it.
Quilt No 56
These following quilts were so kindly made by one of the grandmothers in Liverpool.
The first is really suitable for an older child with bold stripes and patterned fabrics.
The tote is huge and I'm sure will be really handy for all those trips back and forth to the hospital.
Quilt No 57
Great jungle prints and toning colours for this one.
There's also a cuddly little NooNoo as well as a big tote bag.
Quilt No 64
Soft baby colours for this one with a lovely rabbit picture. There's a story waiting to be told about this one.
Another NooNoo and Giant tote and you can see the soft spotty fleece on the backing.
Quilt No 65
Bold blocks of checks and stripes here for another super quilt.
I bet there'll be a Mum wanting to keep this stripey tote bag for herself just like so many of the other mums do!!
Thanks so much to these thoughtful family members for providing such lovely quilts for the children.


  1. more stunning quilts which will be so much appreciated...... bet you never thought it would blossom like this when you first did your appeal lol...... well done to everyone
    Tilly x

  2. How lovely for family members to join in making such fab quilts Jo.
    Annie x

  3. I think the fact that family members want to help make the quilts really says how well thought of the quilts actually are... if not the quilt as such, then the fact that there are people thinking of them and wishing them well at such a traumatic time. Such lovely and different quilts too!

  4. What a lot of love has been poured into all that quilty gorgeousness!!! x Jo

  5. It’s wonderful that people are so touched by the quilts that it inspires them to join in the project themselves.
    Just goes to show that with so many horrible things going on in the world there are see a few who only want to help others.
    The quilts are all beautiful and colourful and the children are going to love them.



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