Glenda Wilder is asking for help in locating three quilts, all her original design. These quilts were shipped from Hannover, Germany to the US, to be used as display items in a quilt show in Houston, TX. A box containing quilts was shipped on October 16, 2018 from Germany to Houston, TX. When it was received at the show, the package was sealed and inside was a note from the shipping company’s processing center in Atlanta, Georgia, stating that “the box came open and some items may have been lost”. The following 3 quilts went missing from this shipment:
Stars Over the Pumpkin Patch is one of Glenda Wilder’s original designs. This mini quilt, made in 2018 is 24″ square and features orange, turquoise, white/multi, and green fabrics used to create pieced pumpkins and stars.
Frosty Friends was made in 2017 of Glenda Wilder’s original design. It is a round quilt measuring 24″ diameter featuring grey, white, black, and apple green fabrics to construct snowmen with apple green scarves and black hats on grey patterned background. This quilt was machine pieced, machine appliqued, and machine quilted, with machine embroidered carrot noses. Frosty Friends is not labeled
Merry Kicksmas, is a round mini quilt, approximately 46″ in diameter. Glenda used white background with holiday fabrics in the appliques of Cowboy boots, Stars and letters, spelling out “Merry Christmas”. Glenda made this pattern sample in 2017, using machine applique and machine quilting methods.
Please keep your eyes open for these mini quilts. If you have any information about Glenda Wilder’s quilt samples, she can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Nilson is asking for help in locating a t-shirt quilt she made in January, 2019. This t-shirt quilt is the quilt maker’s original design, measuring approximately 75” x 75”, made of a solid gray fabric and 25 t-shirts. The quilt was machine pieced and machine quilted. This t-shirt quilt is labeled with the name of Jennifer Nilson and website ww.wildzipper.com
On February 7, 2019 Jennifer shipped the quilt to Megan in Greenville, SC. The shipper confirmed that it was delivered as addressed, to a large apartment complex in Greenville, however Megan never received it. Jennifer added, “I don’t know if it was stolen or someone has it and is waiting for the owner to contact him/her?”
If you have any information regarding this quilt, please contact Jennifer at email@example.com A $250 reward has been offered, no questions asked for the return of this quilt.
Lori Roberts is looking for a lap quilt that was a birthday gift to her mother while she was in a nursing home. The quilt was made from a Missouri Star Quilt Company and 3 Dudes Quilt Shop tutorial, featuring jelly roll strips.
The quilt was hand pieced and machine quilted with yellow thread in a meander pattern. The quilt has a label which reads, “Happy Birthday Aunt Corinne. Love, Susie 9-11-2014. Lori reported, “After my mom passed away this quilt was not in her things. The quilt would have been last seen at The Willows Nursing Home or Health South Rehabilitation Center in Parkersburg, WV sometime before February, 2017. It would mean so much to me and to the quilt maker to have this back with us.” If you have any information about the whereabouts of this quilt you can reach Lori at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com .
Update: This quilt has been found! Alison contacted me to say that the person who quilted this also follows Lost Quilt Come Home, and has reached out to her. Questions answered and everyone involved is satisfied.
Alison Smith is looking for a quilt she made in 2002 while at East Tennessee State University. Ali named her project “Culture Quilt”. This unique quilt is an original design, between single and double bed size, made of blue batik fabric for both the border and sashings.
I was contracted to teach the workshop and students made squares during the day which were incorporated into the quilt. Sorority Delta made a square and a Blind female among others participating.
Ali last saw this quilt in October, 2002 at East Tennessee State University. Ali reported, “This quilt was NOT stolen. I would like to know where it is so I can label it and give a brief story about the quilt. I didn’t do that 16 years ago. I was a new quilter.”
If you have any information about this Culture Quilt, please contact Allison Smith at Smithall27@gmail.com
Jonica McPhail is asking for help locating a quilt made in 2018 that has been lost in shipping.
“I love my dog” is from a commercial pattern, measuring approximately 60” x 60”. The main colors used are black, white, and red. All of the fabrics in the quilt are dog-themed. The backing is a “I love my Dog” fabric.
Jonica reported the quilt last seen on December 4, 2018.
“The quilt was shipped to Dana Runkle in Westbrook, CT but with an incorrect zip code. Shipping records show it was delivered to New Haven not Westbrook, (because of the zip code). I have filed a lost package claim with the shipping company. They are unable to find where the package went. I would love help in finding my wayward quilt!”
If you recognize this quilt and have any information please contact Jonica at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Leslie Huber is asking for help in locating a gray and yellow quilt she made in 2016.
This quilt is approximately 54” x 72” with gray and yellow polka dots on the main portion, with a narrow red and white polka dot border, and a wider yellow and gray polka dot border. Leslie machine pieced and machine appliqued the quilt.
The back of the quilt has a fused label, in the right hand lower corner: To Mike and April Love you both Mom
This quilt was last seen Dec 19 2018. It was sent by a major shipping company. Leslie says, “they just left it at the door without knocking or ringing the doorbell. My son was home at the time they said they delivered it. We are all sick about this but realize it is probably gone at this point.”
If you have any information about this quilt, please contact Leslie Huber at email@example.com
Pamela Crane is asking for help in locating a very special quilt she made in 2016 for her son, Kyle Lunger from his green and khaki BDU’s, worn while stationed in Iran.
This quilt was made with Bonnie Hunter’s Smith Mountain Morning pattern. The quilt was machine pieced and machine quilted. It measures 71 by 80 inches
Pamela reported, “I don’t remember, but I believe the quilt was labeled. My name (Pamela Crane) and the date (2016), probably, and maybe my son’s name (Kyle Lunger) would be on the label, sewn on the back in a corner.”
Kyle’s quilt last seen in Greenville, South Carolina in September, 2018. Pamela said, “My son and his family lost their home and were not able to retrieve many of their belongings. There were quite a few quilts left behind and I fear they were probably thrown in the trash. I am not hopeful that this quilt will be found, but just in case…” If you know anything about this quilt please contact Pamela Crane at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Denise is asking for help in locating this beautiful quilt she made as a Christmas, 2018 gift to her daughter, Tanya. The quilt features red, green, yellow, blue and purple fabrics and is approximately 48′ x 62″. The quilt was machine pieced and quilted, with a hand sewn binding. Additionally the quilt has a label: Merry Christmas, Tanya 2018 which is sewn on the bottom right corner of the quilt back.
Denise’s daughter, Tanya left the quilt in her truck, in Portland, Oregon. The quilt was last seen on January 16, 2019. The truck, which was uninsured as it was being repaired, was broken into and the quilt, along with other personal items were stolen.
“If you are in or near the Portland, OR area, it would be wonderful if
you would note if you see this quilt. It was stolen from my daughter;
it was a Christmas 2018 gift I made for her. Thieves broke into her
vehicle and stole it along with other personal belongings… she is
Please help us catch a criminal and bring Leo home!
On November 14, 2018 an older white male entered a business center on the east side of Terre Haute Indiana and stole a valuable art quilt. The suspect walked in and removed the art from it’s display, rolled it up, and walked out the door. He put the art work in his vehicle and exited the premises.
The vehicle is believed to be a 97 Dodge Dakota extended cab pickup truck (V6 sport) dark in color (maybe black)
There was female who remained in the pickup during the theft.
If you have seen either of these individuals or the black pickup truck I urge you to contact the Terre Haute Police Department (812) 238-1661 or reply to this post.
There is a $100 reward for information that leads to the safe recovery of this unique work of art.
Description of art work:
This art quilt is like a large black tapestry that depicts a very colorful lion approximate size is 52×44 (see image)