Ann Norton is looking for the quilt she made for her mother for Christmas 2008. She last saw it in Tampa, Florida during April 2009 when her mother passed away. Her brother gave it away or sold it before she could pick it up after her mother passed.
This full-size quilt is mostly red and green. It has a large Santa on the middle of the front. There is a patch on the back near the top with the dedication. The label says something like, “Made with love fore Mom, I love you, Ann.” This quilt is machine pieced, machine appliqued, and machine quilted.
If you find this quilt, please contact Ann at CAnnNorton@aol.com.
Patty Johnson hopes someone has found her quilt. It was last seen on January 7, 2016 in Medicine Lodge, Kansas. It was lost during shipment by a shipping company.
This 94″ by 94″ quilt has not yet been bound. The main colors are purples and pinks. She used a Tula Pink fabric in the center of the blocks. She also used a Tula Pink pattern called “Kiss Kiss.”
If you find this quilt, please contact Patty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stephanie is looking for a quilt named Lemon Zest. It was last seen during December 2014. It was in her vehicle when the vehicle was stolen from her driveway along with two sewing machines and another quilt. A police report was filed.
This large quilt is made with 16-patch scrap blocks set in yellow. It is machine pieced and machine quilted. It was made between 2010 and 2013. It has a label with the name of the quilt, Stephanie’s name, and Chandler, Arizona. The label is hand-written and sewn into the binding on the lower right corner of the back.
If you find a quilt that fits this description, please contact Stephanie at email@example.com.
Cindy Trombly needs help locating a quilt that friends made for her daughter, Amanda Trombly. The quilt was last seen during January 2015. It is believed that the quilt got mixed up with some items that were donated to the Salvation Army store in Fulton, New York. They were told that all items donated there were sent to the Erie Blvd. location in Syracuse, New York.
This queen size quilt was made from multiple t-shirts from her daughter’s high school drama productions. The quilt has purple edging and black backing. It was made in 2013. It is hand pieced and hand quilted. The quilt is labeled with Amanda’s name on the back.
A reward is offered for the safe return on this quilt. If you find it, please contact Cindy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Susan Lenz would like to recover her Guardian Angel quilt. The quilt was last seen during August 2015. It became missing during shipment on its way to a special exhibit for the IQA show in Houston. Extensive research has been done to locate this quilt, but to no avail.
This original quilt is 38″ by 30″. The main colors are grey and pink. It is made with an image transfer of the “Girl with the Upturned Shell,” a sculpture in Savannah, Georgia’s Bonaventura Cemetary. The image is surrounded by dense beading on a vintage pink and white coverlet fabric. This quilt is hand appliqued, hand quilted, and machine quilted. There is a dense section of clear seed beads and a rim of antique Czechoslovakian buttons. Susan also used vintage and new upholstery trim along with additional new buttons and beads. The quilt was made in 2015.
More information can be found on Susan’s blog. If you find this quilt, please contact Susan at email@example.com.
Rebecca Lilly Segura is looking for her quilt, Del and DaisyMae. It was last seen during January 2016 in San Antonio, Texas where it was taken from an exhibit a day or two before the exhibit closed. A police report has been filed.
This original quilt is 31″ by 23″. The main colors are red, white, brown, and green. The design consists of two chickens in a barnyard by a fence. It is hand appliqued, machine appliqued, and machine quilted. Rebecca also used ink staining, painting, and thread painting. The quilt was made in 2015. It is signed in permanent ink on the lower right front and on the back.
If you find this quilt, please contact Rebecca at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Katie Hall needs help locating this missing horse quilt. It was made by Eleanor Homrighausen for Katie Homrighausen. The quilt was last seen in Bennett, Iowa. She suspects it was accidentally put in a donation pile.
The quilt depicts five horses, one without a saddle. It is hand pieced and hand quilted. It was made around 2000.
Katie writes, “I’m desperate to have this priceless
piece of me back! My grandmother hand made this quilt for me when I was about 10 years old. With me being that young my mom thought it best to pack it away
to keep it safe till I was older. Then when we went to move to our new family home, about 13 years ago, this piece disappeared. We have searched and searched and have still never found it, after so long I decided it pry somehow ended up in the donation stuff. It would have ended up donated at the DAV or goodwill in Davenport, Iowa. At the time I had no way of finding it, but my mom found this picture today and I thought Facebook was worth a shot. I’m not sure if anything will come of it, but I’m not out anything except my time to follow the post.”
If you have seen this quilt, please contact Katie at email@example.com.
Dawn Reins of Fairview, Oregon reports that she has found a blue, pink, and cream baby quilt or lap quilt. It is machine pieced and digitally long-arm quilted with a butterfly meander. The binding is machine stitched with a zigzag stitch. It does not look like it has been washed. The quilt was found on January 8, 2016. Dawn suspects that it may have been stolen off someone’s porch just prior to Christmas due to the circumstances under which she found it.
If you can identify this quilt, please contact Dawn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donna Wemette hopes someone has found her son’s quilt. It was taken from a dryer in the basement of an apartment in Woodbridge, Virginia during the Spring of 2015.
This queen size quilt is made with a variety of purples that were part of a batik jelly roll. Other purple fabrics were added as well as a silver fabric. It is machine pieced and machine quilted. A grey bed sheet was used for the back. The quilt was made in 2014.
If you find this quilt, please contact Donna at email@example.com.
Debbie Leonard Lovejoy is hoping someone finds her Rajah Medallion Quilt Top which she was in the process of making. It was last seen at the Best Western in Keene, New Hampshire on December 12, 2015. The quilt top was in a colorful, eye-catching African-made workbasket which, overloaded as I was carrying various bags, was inadvertently left behind in the motel room as we departed. On this occasion, neither she or her husband did a room check. We have since contacted Best Western management multiple times, to no avail.
The design of this traditional medallion style quilt was painstakingly worked up by Marsha Molloy, a quilting teacher and friend in Western Massachusetts, based on a quilt top in the collection of the Australian National Gallery of Art made by unknown female convicts while sailing halfway around the world on board the Rajah. Their top was constructed with sewing supplies and guidance given them by a Quaker Society in England. Debbie started her quilt top in September 2010, and the restarted it is 2015. There were nine borders still remaining to be done.
This quilt top is about 42-1/2″ square. It has a muslin background with reproduction prints in browns, greens, red, blue, and gold. Debbie designed the 20″ center block, whose leafy bower in broderie perse, is composed mostly from In the Time of Toile © Shelburne Museum by
Froncie Quinn for Red Rooster Fabrics, design #15921. There are five birds along with red and blue flowers. The first border has squares on point. The second border has applique “Rajah” crosses, four per side, and a six-petalled poinsettia in each corner. The fourth border has a narrow, fine-dashed stripe in orange on black background with mitered corners.
If you find a quilt top that fits this description, please contact Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org.