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LoveQuiltsUK - Esmé L's quilt

Esmé L's quilt    (Quilt Closed)

Born:2016
Illness: Posteria fossorial anaplastic ependymoma II

Theme: Pink cute animals

Date opened: 7th Sep 2019
Date closed: 8th Sep 2019
Deadline: 26th Jan 2020

Photo of Esmé L

Theme details

Pink cute animals - Cute animals in predominantly pink shades eg rabbit, mouse, cat, unicorn, butterfly etc (a good mix please, not all butterflies and unicorns :) !)

An angel on the label has been requested.



Child Interests

Esmé loves pink.
She loves Moana, fairies, the beach, princesses, glitter, stars and hearts.


Biography

Esmé was one when she started being sick every morning between 3am and 6am, this went on for weeks. After taking her multiple times to the doctors and A&E she was finally admitted and after an MRI we were told she had a brain tumour. We were transferred to Addenbrookes where she had brain surgery and they successfully removed 100% of the tumour. We had a few complications which meant further surgery for a lumbar drain and then we found out that her tumour was malignant.
Esmé had a tumour called ependymoma II, it is rare and aggressive. She was set a treatment plan for 56 weeks of chemotherapy. Esmé spent her second birthday in hospital. We are halfway through her treatment now and expect to finish around March 2019.
Esmé has two sisters and one brother and it tipped our world upside-down. Aaron (daddy) and Wendy (mummy) have been balancing time in hospital with Esmé and time at home with our other three children, doing our best to manage Esmés low immune system and all spending time together. We have been smiling our way through this difficult time and sticking together as a family. We have been overwhelmed by the love and support of our friends, family and wider community. This support, along with Esmés bravery and high spirits have taken us through this far. We hope the rest of her fight against cancer continues strong until the end of her treatment and then we can try and get our family back to normality and enjoy Esmé being able to do everything she has been missing out on.



Patterns


1.Pink bear with moonStitcher: Louise B, Surrey, UK
In Progress

2.Www.passionbroderire77.over-blog.com Monochrome cat from Feb 2013.Stitcher: Miss Debbie Elkington, Boston, Lincs, UK
Received

3.Cross Stitch Crazy Issue 202 Grey and White Panda holding a large pink candy flossStitcher: Alison Forsyth, Aberdeen , UK
Received

4.Pink mouse with a skipping rope. Free pattern from DMCStitcher: Rebecca, Kettering, Northants, UK
In Progress

5.Cute pink rabbit from magazine.Stitcher: Ellie, London, UK
Received

6.Bebunnie butterflies by Bothy Thread Stitcher: Val Gilbert, Coningsby , UK
Received

7.WOXS issue 282. Cute fawn looking at a pink present. Stitcher: Nisha Chauhan, Leicester, UK
Received

8.Cross stitch crazy magazine Tree of cute animalsStitcher: Leanne Malcolmson, Romsey, UK
Received

9.Animals Cross Stitch - Etsy - floral unicorn in pink.Stitcher: Leanda Vickers, Oldham , England
Received

10.Adapting Baby elephant (grey) with pink patterned ears, holding a pink heart. Will add stars and hearts in pink to bring to size.Stitcher: Sarah, Gosport, Hampshire
In Progress
https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/628961645/elephant...

11.

12.Label Stitcher: Heather, Littleborough, England
Received


Squares received

Cross stitch square for Esmé L's quilt
Stitched by: Heather
Submitted: Sep 2019

Cross stitch square for Esmé L's quilt
Stitched by: Miss Debbie Elkington
Submitted: Nov 2019

Cross stitch square for Esmé L's quilt
Stitched by: Alison Forsyth
Submitted: Nov 2019

Cross stitch square for Esmé L's quilt
Stitched by: Ellie
Submitted: Oct 2019

Cross stitch square for Esmé L's quilt
Stitched by: Val Gilbert
Submitted: Oct 2019

Cross stitch square for Esmé L's quilt
Stitched by: Nisha Chauhan
Submitted: Oct 2019

Cross stitch square for Esmé L's quilt
Stitched by: Leanne Malcolmson
Submitted: Nov 2019

Cross stitch square for Esmé L's quilt
Stitched by: Leanda Vickers
Submitted: Sep 2019



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