Kristy Crawford would like to recover her son’s, Alex, memorial quilt. It was last seen during October 2016 in Urbana, Maryland. It became missing during the time she was moving and she was selling and donating items.
This quilt is about 72″ square. It is made from 16 t-shirts including ones from Urbana, Maryland; the Washington Nationals; Minions; Arizona; and Azkaban. The quilt was made in 2016, and it has a gray background.
This quilt was made from her late son’s t-shirts, so it is very important and special to her. She writes, “Please help this heartbroken mother!” If you have seen this quilt, please contact Kristy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amber Weiskircher hopes to recover her round robin quilt. This quilt was last seen in March 2014. This was a “round robin” group project where each person sews a border onto a center square, and then mails it to the next person. The person receiving this quilt had moved but did not update their address. The quilt was sent from Montana to the old address on a military base in New York, and it was never seen again.
This quilt is about 60-70″ square. The main colors are pink, purple, and black. It was machine pieced and hand appliquéd in 2014.
If you find this quilt, please contact Amber at Ambs101@hotmail.com.
Donna Blodget is searching for Cassie’s quilt. The quilt was last seen during the Spring of 2014. It had been sent to a machine quilter in Georgia, and that quilter’s husband took it to Goodwill by mistake. The Goodwill said they never had it. Cassie’s mother did a lot of searching in Georgia to no avail.
This quilt is an oversized queen quilt. The main colors are psychedelic purple, green, and white. It was made with T-shirts with Cassie’s name and her teams’ names. This quilt is machine pieced. It was machine quilted in Georgia where it was last seen. The machine quilter was supposed to put on a label which says, “To Cassie with love from your family 2013.” It is also supposed to have an embroidery design of a girl at a piano, a basketball, and test of “Designed and hand made by Donna Blodgett.”
If you find this quilt, please contact Donna at email@example.com.
Julia Shores wants to recover a wildlife quilt that she made for her dad. The quilt was last seen in Conroe, Texas during September/October 2013. It was taken from a towed truck.
This is a large lap quilt that was made in 2007. It is machine pieced and machine quilted. The main colors are greens, golds, browns, blues, and oranges. The outer border has a fish print on a blue background. There is a label on one of the bottom corners.
If you find this quilt, please contact Julia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mariah Walker is looking for a vintage patchwork quilt. The quilt was last seen on May 16, 2016 in Woodside, Delaware when it was being shipped. The package never made it to the regional sorting facility. A case was open to investigate the disappearance, but nothing was found.
This twin sized quilt is made from vintage bed sheet cotton material. It was made in 2016. It is machine pieced and machine quilted. It was made as a gift for a family member.
If you have seen a quilt that fits this description, please contact Mariah at email@example.com.
Update: We have been in contact with both Betsy and Carol, and are getting their information to American Airlines!
American Airline’s Lost and Found Department has a missing quilt that they are trying to return to it’s owner. It was lost by someone traveling through Charlotte, North Carolina. It was turned in on November 3, 2016.
The label says:
To my dear, sweet, big sister –
Marion Elizabeth Paiko McKinney
who has always protected, cared and loved me.
On the event of your 70th birthday.
Dec. 26th, 2016
I love you with all my heart –
Carol Paiko Swota
Malta, New York
If you can help with this recovery, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Patricia Lizotte is searching for a quilt made by 9 year-old Sierra Stone. The quilt was last seen on November 4, 2016 at the Marriott in Greensboro, North Carolina. Sierra went to a sleepover with several of her friends at the Marriott. They were picked up at school and driven straight to the hotel. Sierra’s backpack was lost somewhere in Greensboro that weekend. The backpack contained school items, her jacket, and this quilt. She had entered the quilt in her school art show and it won a second place ribbon. They have contacted the hotel several times, but apparently the backpack was not turned in.
This is Sierra’s first quilt made completely by herself. It is 36″ by 36″. It has four large pink hearts. Her name, age, teacher, and school are written on the back.
If you find this quilt, please contact Patricia at Plizotte@triad.rr.com.
Brandi Neifert hopes to find a quilt that she made for her grandmother in 2014 when she was in hospice in Citrus Heights, California. Upon her passing, Brandi asked that the quilt be returned to her, but it was instead donated to Goodwill.
This quilt is 64″ by 80″. It is machine pieced and machine quilted. The main colors are pink, blue, and green. Brandi used fabric from the “Fox Field” line of fabric by Tula Pink. This quilt has a small label sewn into the binding that says, “PeekabooStitches.”
If you find this quilt, please contact Brandi at email@example.com.
Debbie Frizzell hopes to recover a stolen quilt, Ruff Around the Edges. This quilt was last seen during late summer of 2009. It was hanging on the wall in the front room of Quilting Connection in Ames, Iowa when it was stolen.
This quilt, made in 2006, is made from a pattern by Java House Quilts. The quilt is 43″ by 52″. The main colors are purples and browns. This quilt has a black and white striped inner border. The rest of the fabrics are batiks. Debbie used brown batiks for the dogs. The dogs are all machine blanket stitch appliqué.
Debbie is offering a $100 reward to the person who returns this quilt to her. If you find a quilt that fits this description, please contact Debbie at Debfrizz@aol.com.
Annette Thomason reports that her Tree of Life quilt was one of the quilts stolen on October 28, 2016 in Houston, Texas. It was in a trailer that had traveled from Indiana to the Houston International Quilt Festival. It was going to be delivered to her by longarm quilter, Jaime Wallen.
The queen-size quilt was made by Doris Reynolds and quilted by Jaime Wallen. It has a black background and multicolor leaves. It was started five years ago using fabric purchased at the 2010 Houston Quilt Festival.
Annette writes, “This quilt was specifically made for me by my mother. It represented different periods of my life. The fabric used for the tree trunks, each one was different. Some looked angry, lots of turmoil, desperate, when my son was diagnosed with cancer and it was a difficult and stressful time in my life, when my father died, sad and lonely, but also grateful he no longer had to suffer. When my daughter had heart issues, frightening and afraid, when my first grandchild was born, excited and happy, financial issues, when my husband got laid off, all the things that life has to offer – trials and tribulations.”
She continues, “This quilt is so very special and important to me and I am desperate to get it back, along with other people’s personal possessions and all of Jaime’s teaching tools that help so many quilters with their crafts.” If you have any information that can help with the recovery of this quilt or any of the other stolen items, please contact Annette at firstname.lastname@example.org.