If a quilt is posted that became missing in your state or a state close to you, PLEASE share it with your friends & local quilt guilds! The more people who know about the missing quilt, the better chance it might be found.
Ethel Granger hopes to recover her quilt, called Southwest. This quilt was last seen during September 2017. It was stolen from her home in Port Arthur, Texas.
This quilt was made from a commercial pattern. Ethel used Southwest Designs by Sindy Rodenmayer of FatCat Patterns. It is 60″ by 75″. The main colors are browns, tans, orange, and yellow. This quilt is hand appliquéd, machine pieced, and machine quilted. The quilt was made in 2015. It has a label on the back with Ethel’s name, etc.
If you find this quilt, please contact Ethel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kathy McKellar hopes to recover her quilt that disappeared from the Onslow County Fair. The quilt was last seen on October 5, 2017 in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Kathy had entered it into the fair and when she went to pick it up, they could not find it.
This quilt is approximately 60″ square. It was made from a commercial pattern for a mystery quilt called “Kwik Spanish Tiles” by Karie Jewell. The photo shown here is from the pattern cover. The main colors on Kathy’s quilt are muslin, purple and many other colors. She used fabrics from the Peppered Cottons collection by Pepper Cory. (The manufacturer’s description is, “These are yarn-dyed shot cottons, meaning the weft and warp are two different colors, giving each color a unique look.”)
If you find this quilt, please contact Kathy at email@example.com.
On October 4, 2017, Fran Cox has found a quilt at the Dallas Charity Shop (Texas). She hopes it may be reunited with its rightful owner.
This quilt is 48″ by 60″. The main colors are blues and deep colors. The back is black. It has a big guitar with strings and frets. The name “Michael” is written in cursive across the quilt. It has gold guitar strings. It does not have a label.
If this quilt might belong to you, please contact Fran to confirm ownership by giving a detail about the quilt that has not been shared. Please contact Fran at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sandra Benzel would like to recover a quilt she made for Jim Morgan called Silly Suits. This quilt was last seen sometime around February 2017 in a truck in northern Washington. The truck was stolen and the quilt was in the back.
This sofa quilt is made of cottons that look like suite fabrics in browns and grays. Sandra used a Scrap Crazy pattern. She made it in 2015. There is a label that says “Silly Suits for Jim Morgan by Sandra Benzel, Tingit Indian” along with her native name and Juneau, Alaska. The label is sewn to the back corner of the quilt.
If you find this quilt, please contact Sandra at email@example.com
Ben Hope is searching for a quilt owned by Nancy Helton. The quilt was made by Grover Helton for Charlotte Helton. This quilt was last seen in Maryland in 1998. It may have been stolen and taken to California or Arizona.
This quilt is queen size. The main colors are pink, blue, and red. It is hand pieced and hand quilted. Charlotte Helton’s name appears on the front of the quilt along with the year, 1971, which is embroidered.
If you have seen a quilt that fits this description, please contact Ben at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pamela Schuetz is searching for her Lattice Quilt which she made for her husband who died a month after she finished it. The quilt was last seen in Topeka, Kansas on October 1, 2011.
This king size quilt is made of half square triangles with 1″ diagonal strips between the triangles. It is machine pieced and machine quilted. It is labeled with Pam’s name. The label is hand sewn to a back corner.
If you find this quilt, please contact Pam at email@example.com.
Vanessa Avery is looking for the Halloween Quilt the she made for her sister, Pam. It was last seen during the beginning of 2017 in the Jacksonville, Illinois area. Pam left it some people when she went into the hospital, and she went back several times to retrieve it. Eventually they told her they burned it, but she wasn’t sure if they were telling the truth.
Pam’s birthday was on Halloween, so Vanessa made the quilt using all Halloween fabrics. The main colors are red, orange, black, yellow, and purple. Some patches have eyes that glow in the dark. The quilt is approximately 60″ by 60″. It is machine pieced and machine quilted. There is a label on the back that says something like, “to Pam, I hope this will keep you warm and safe and keep the demons away.”
Pam passed away on July 2, 2017, and Vanessa would love to be able to give it to her granddaughter if there is any chance the quilt was not destroyed. If you find this quilt, please contact Vanessa at Vgavery3263@hotmail.com.
Deb Heartherly is looking for her quit named Grace Ann which is from her book,‘Cat’itude. The quilt was taken down from display and it was not seen again. She kept hoping it was simply misplaced or possibly folded up inside other samples, but a thorough search has been made without finding the quilt. This quilt was last seen during late summer or fall of 2016. It was on display at a Franklin, North Carolina quilt shop.
This quilt is 71″ by 83″. It is made from light blue, green, and gold batiks. It is machine pieced and machine quilted. It is labeled, “Grace Ann, Designed by Deb Heatherly.” The label is hand stitched to the bottom left corner on the back.
The quilt, named “Grace Ann”, was named for the kitty pictured and with her recent passing, the quilt holds great sentimental value. If you find this quilt, please contact Deb at Debscatsnquilts@aol.com.
Cindy Chihasz is hoping someone has found a quilt that she made for her mother. Her mother was living in Iva Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center in Iva, South Carolina. She had been very ill and was brought to the hospital for two days. The workers told her they were going to clean the quilt for her while she was gone, but they never saw it again. The entire center was searched and the laundry service was contacted, but it was not found. The quilt was last seen during April 2013. Her mother passed away March 14, 2017.
This quilt was from a pattern from a South Carolina/North Carolina Shop Hop in 2012. The main colors are yellow, white and purple. Some of the fabrics have daisies, pansies, and asters. This quilt is machine pieced, machine appliquéd, and machine quilted. The label says, “For Ruby P. Lawrence for her 88 birthday, July 28, 2012. The label was embroidered and hand appliquéd to the lower right corner of the back.
If you find this quilt, please contact Cindy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carolina was hoping to recover a Dresden Plate quilt made by her great-grandmother using her dresses. Her uncle took the quilt top, had it cleaned, and had it remade with new backing and batting, and then he gave it to Carolina on her birthday in 2013 as a family heirloom. On March 30, 2017 a moving company came to her home in Wenatchee, Washington and moved the wooden chest that had the quilt. It was delivered to Brownsville, Texas on April 10, but the quilt was no longer in the chest. Carolina believes the quilt may be in Washington, Texas, or California.
Fortunately, during August 2017, the quilt was found in a mis-labeled box, so we have another happy ending!