Vicke Messinger is searching for a quilt that was last seen in her father’s house in Caseville, Michigan. When they were clearing out the house, they could not find the quilt. She is offering a reward for the safe return of this quilt. It was last seen in 1993.
The full/double size quilt was made by Mary Covey in 1985. It is made from old ties from 1930’s and 1940’s. The main colors are gold, brown, blue, and red. The backing is red satin. This quilt is machine pieced and hand quilted.
Roberta Kelly shipped a blue and white chevron quilt to her niece in California, but it never arrived. The shipper sent the mailing label back to her, telling her it had fallen off. It was obvious that it had been cut off. Roberta last saw the quilt on December 19, 2014 in China Village, Maine.
Jo Palmer is searching for a Mariner’s Compass quilt. Ian said his grandmother borrowed the quilt in the summer of 2009 to put it in a quilt contest. The contest was at First Southern Baptist Church in Topeka, Kansas. She became ill and didn’t get it picked up. She died in November 2010. Jo didn’t realize it was missing until Ian asked if she found it in her house when she was taking care of her affairs.
The full size quilt was made by Ian Edwards and Charlene Brown. The main colors are grey/black. The compass is burgundy, light yellow, and blue. It is machine pieced and hand quilted. It was made around 1988 or 1989. There is a label on the back that is a small version of the compass. The label says, “To Ian Edwards from Grandmother Brown” and it has a Bible verse. The label was had appliquéd to the quilt in a lower corner.
Theresa McFarling hopes someone has found the quilt she made for her son. It was last seen during the Spring of 2013 in his apartment, the Warren Terrace Apartments, in West Des Moines, Iowa. He had a roommate who had his girlfriend and some friends over.
Theresa made the quilt for her son while he was in Army Basic Training for the Iowa National Guard. She used his favorite movie as inspiration. The quilt is 72″ by 90″. She used a quilt as you go method to machine piece and machine quilt it.
Brenda Snell is hoping to recover a Sunbonnet Ladies quilt that was made by her Grandma Davis. It was accidentally left behind in a camper when the camper was sold in Florida. The photo is of a matching quilt. The missing quilt is similar but some of the fabrics might be different. The missing quilt belongs to Brenda’s second cousin, Marcy Hayden. The two quilts were made by relatives.
The missing quilt is twin size with pink sashing. Each sunbonnet lady has lace “pantaloons” and a watering can with embroidery trim. The quilt was made around 1957 and it does not have a label.
Brenda writes, “I know this is a very long shot, but it would be fun if I could locate her quilt. I would be sick if I’d lost mine.” If you have seen a similar quilt, please contact Brenda at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carol Herbert is searching for her granddaughter’s Gecko Baby Quilt. It was taken by roommates while the family was gone for Christmas. This quilt was last seen on December 20, 2104 in Medford, Oregon. It is possible that the quilt was taken to Washington state.
This quilt is 45″ by 45″. Carol used Northcott fabrics and flannels. Motifs include a gecko, a leaf vine stripe in greens, two fabrics with multicolor dots, a green zigzag, a multicolor wave. Colors include green, teal, orange, yellow, red, and white. This quilt is machine pieced and machine quilted. It has a sewn-on label that says, “Made for Gabriel by Grma Carol, July 11, 2013.” The label is on the front on the outside border of teal.
Samuel Schwennesen and his wife hope to recover their stolen wedding quilt. It was last seen on January 5, 2015 when it was stolen out of a dryer at the Elm Mott Laundry Mat in Waco, Texas. They are willing to give a cash reward to get it back.
This king size, Trip Around the World quilt was made for them by family and close friends. The main colors are brown, white, and turquoise. It was machine pieced and hand quilted in 2014. The label has the names “Samuel and Ephratah Schwennesen” along with the names of their friends who quilted it.
Linda Heminway is looking for the owner of this colorful baby quilt. During the Fall of 2014, this quilt was found in the middle of the road in Montgomery, Alabama. An ad was run in the local newspaper, but no one answered the ad. The quilt ended up in New Hampshire at a guild meeting that Linda attended. The woman who originally found the quilt gave it to Linda so she could report it to this website.
This quilt is 30″ by 30″. The background blocks are blue and pale blue. Red, orange, yellow, green, and black cars, a truck, a bus, and a train are appliquéd over the top, along with the name “Luke.” The appliqués are finished off with buttonhole stitches around each figure, and the quilt is hand quilted. There is no label.
Margaret Fabrizio asked for help locating this missing quilt. Margaret made the quilt for Dr. Carlos Greaves. The quilt was last seen on April 1, 2014 in the doctor’s office on Welch Road in Palo Alto, California. It was taken from the wall in the foyer where it was hung.
In November 2014 the quilt was mysteriously returned! Watch this short YouTube video to find out how:
This multicolor quilt is 62″ by 77″. She used antique Balinese prints. The quilt was machine pieced and hand quilted in 2008. It has an embroidered label on the back with Margaret’s name and the year it was made.
You can see a YouTube message about this quilt at:
Brian and Ashley Umbarger are searching for this wedding star quilt. It was last seen During August 2014 in Omaha, Nebraska. They are not sure how the quilt became missing. It may have been accidentally dropped off at their local Goodwill store.
The quilt was made for their 2014 wedding. It is an oversized king size quilt. It is multicolor with a black background. The label features their wedding picture, the date of their wedding, and a personal message.
They would be happy to provide a reward if the quilt is found and returned. If you find this quilt, please contact Brian and Ashley at email@example.com.