Sunday, 14 September 2014

Dot's Duo!

Here's another batch of quilts from Dot of New Ferry in Wirral. Dot had met me in Abakhan when I was demonstrating basic quilting, raising funds and supporting both LillyBo quilts and CHICKS children's cancer care support service. As a result Dot kindly decided to help by making these two great quilts, aimed especially for the older boys.
Quilt No 96
This blue geometric quilt has cosy brushed cotton backing.
Quilt 97
This will be so perfect for a young patient who loves cars.
Thanks so much Dot for all your expertise which will really be appreciated.

Blue Teds from Shaz!

So many cute pictures of Teds in this wonderful gingham quilt from Shaz in Redditch, Worcester.
Quilt No 93
Another cute Ted tucked in the pocket of the tote bag and you can see the cuddly fleece backing of the quilts too.

Thanks so much Shaz, it will make a little boy or girl really happy and comfort      them during their long treatments.

Not So New Arrivals!

Pat in Bowring Park, Liverpool has been really busy and has created four super quilts, tote bags and some hand made toys.
Sincere apologies that these quilts have not been posted on the blog before now so hence the title of "Not So New Arrivals" but they were taken to the unit soon after I received them.
I have had so much going on in my life that I uploaded the photos and forgot I had not posted them. 
My daughters and each set of grandies have each been to stay and I have also been to Germany but the major interruption since then has been a glitch in my health which has really put me down for a while. I'm still undergoing tests and trying to get my head around it all but, rest assured, I'm OK. I'm just not used to hospital visits and being anything other than 100% fit and healthy. Anyhow, less of me and more of the super results thanks to all of Pat's lovely work.
Quilt No 89
Super fabrics to cheer a little girl.

No 90

No 91

No 92

Next post is  a quilt from Redditch from Shaz