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LoveQuiltsUK - Jack M's quilt

Jack M's quilt    (Quilt Completed)

Born:December 2008
Illness: Undiagnosed neuromuscular disorder, arthrogryposis, tube fed, scoliosis, no mobility no speech.

Theme: Vehicles

Quilt delivered: 1st May 2017
Photo of Jack M

Thank you

Hi everyone this is Jack and he and I would like to say a massive THANKS for the absolutely amazing beautiful quilt. As you can see it has many uses as well as on his bed. Most importantly Jack is noticing each square pointing to it and feeling the different textures and colours. Love love love it



Finished photos


Photo of Jack Ms quilt

Photo of Jack Ms quilt

Photo of Jack Ms quilt


Quilted by: Judith

Individual squares

Cross stitch square for Jack M's quilt
Stitched by: Alison (+)
Submitted: Jan 2017

Cross stitch square for Jack M's quilt
Stitched by: Bekki Young (+)
Submitted: Dec 2016

Cross stitch square for Jack M's quilt
Stitched by: Diana Tanner (+)
Submitted: Feb 2017

Cross stitch square for Jack M's quilt
Stitched by: Julie Edgcumbe (+)
Submitted: Jan 2017

Cross stitch square for Jack M's quilt
Stitched by: Loraine (+)
Submitted: Feb 2017

Cross stitch square for Jack M's quilt
Stitched by: Margaret (+)
Submitted: Jun 2016

Cross stitch square for Jack M's quilt
Stitched by: Marie (+)
Submitted: Feb 2017

Cross stitch square for Jack M's quilt
Stitched by: Marilyn (+)
Submitted: Feb 2017

Cross stitch square for Jack M's quilt
Stitched by: Rosemary Binnie (+)
Submitted: Jan 2017

Cross stitch square for Jack M's quilt
Stitched by: Sandra (+)
Submitted: Jan 2017

Cross stitch square for Jack M's quilt
Stitched by: Sarah W (+)
Submitted: Mar 2017

Cross stitch square for Jack M's quilt
Stitched by: Tammy Taylor (+)
Submitted: Feb 2017


Fabric

Fabric for Jack M
Fabric for Jack M

Card

Card for Jack M
Stitched by: Louise Barnes

Biography

Jack was noted with severe problems at 26 weeks having felt no foetal movements. He was born at 37 weeks by section but not expected to survive. He was ventilated for 13 weeks having went through numerous genetic tests and muscle and skin biopsy all came back inconclusive. Jack came home on o2 and tube feeds and from there we have had 100's of appointments.

He's now 7 almost 8 and has had lots of surgery - double hernia repair, tonsils removed, lumbar puncture, 6 MRIs, CT scan, skin muscle biopsies, insertion of harrington rods for scoliosis and 3 lengthening surgeries, numerous surgeries for peg placement and now hes jej fed so gets it changed every 3-6mths, has physio and speech therapy weekly and goes to Kilronan special school. He is fed over a 29 hour period to keep his sugar levels stable. He has severe reflux, doubly incontinent, optic atrophy, wrist and feet contractures. Jack still can't talk, walk, or eat anything but he does understand what you say to him. Hes a happy wee boy most of the time and certainly our wee miracle.


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