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LoveQuiltsUK - Liam G's quilt

Liam G's quilt    (Quilt Completed)

Born:December 2005
Illness: Liam has spina bifida and dysphagia.

Theme: Space

Quilt delivered: 1st Feb 2018
Photo of Liam G

Thank you

Thank you ever so much for Liams quilt it arrived safely today and is amazing, Liam is so excited it will go so well in his room as he has a space rug, Mobile and poster, thanks again to all involved

Lucy and Liam xxx



Finished photos


Photo of Liam Gs quilt

Photo of Liam Gs quilt

Photo of Liam Gs quilt

Photo of Liam Gs quilt

Photo of Liam Gs quilt


Quilted by: Leanda

Individual squares

Cross stitch square for Liam G's quilt
Stitched by: Beth Cotton (+)
Submitted: Dec 2017

Cross stitch square for Liam G's quilt
Stitched by: C McDonald (+)
Submitted: Dec 2017

Cross stitch square for Liam G's quilt
Stitched by: EE(Beth)Filmer (+)
Submitted: Nov 2017

Cross stitch square for Liam G's quilt
Stitched by: Eileen (+)
Submitted: Nov 2017

Cross stitch square for Liam G's quilt
Stitched by: Elizabeth (+)
Submitted: Oct 2017

Cross stitch square for Liam G's quilt
Stitched by: Frank Osborne (+)
Submitted: Dec 2017

Cross stitch square for Liam G's quilt
Stitched by: Heather (+)
Submitted: Nov 2017

Cross stitch square for Liam G's quilt
Stitched by: Jane Senior (+)
Submitted: Dec 2017

Cross stitch square for Liam G's quilt
Stitched by: Jeanne (+)
Submitted: Nov 2017

Cross stitch square for Liam G's quilt
Stitched by: Julie Tavares (+)
Submitted: Dec 2017

Cross stitch square for Liam G's quilt
Stitched by: Natalie Chapman (+)
Submitted: Dec 2017

Cross stitch square for Liam G's quilt
Stitched by: Sandra (+)
Submitted: Nov 2017


Fabric

Fabric for Liam G
Fabric for Liam G

Card

Card for Liam G
Stitched by: Diane Clifford

Biography

Liam was born prematurely weighing 5lb 12oz. His birth was classed at traumatic as it was so fast.

From the beginning he was unable to eat or have a bowel motion, he lost lots of weight and was referred to hospital, where he was given tests and medicines which did not help. He then was in and out of hospital and we tried lots of medicines and treatments which failed to help and resulted in him having a gastrostomy when he was 10.

Despite all these treatments and interventions he still has major eating issues, sleeping issues, ongoing chronic constipation which now will need more interventions to try and help his bowels as he still relies on nappies at night and sometimes in the day. Due to all this he is showing signs of anxiety around food/mealtimes, bedtimes, being alone, sleeping and going out incase he has a toilet accident. He has also become very reluctant to mix and speak.


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