Jason Lennen hopes to recover his Ocean Waves quilt which was made by his mother, Sharon Allen. The quilt was last seen on November 23, 2015 in his closet in the Oak Harbor military base housing near the US Navy base in Whidbey Island, Washington. Jason left his home when he and his wife separated. In July 2016 he went to move the rest of his belongings to storage, but the quilt was nowhere to be found. His ex-wife claimed she did not know where it went or what happened to it. It is possible she sold the quilt, gave it away, threw it away, or still has it. She now lives in Jacksonville (Flemming Island), Florida.
The queen size quilt was made in 2013. Some of the distinctive fabrics include a fabric with a musical notes design, bees, and cars. The quilt has a label which says, “To Jason, Ocean Waves, 2013, Sharon Allen, Love You, Mom.” It has a bright blue patterned back. The hand stitching is straight lines on all straight areas and in long straight lines between the triangles. The black squares have a double circle just inside the square with a six-petal flower within the circles. The border has a blue band and then a black band. The bright blue patterned back is turned forward to create the final border. The border stitching is also straight lines that extend from the small triangles and change directions and the slant of the triangles change.
If you find a quilt that fits this description, please contact Jason at firstname.lastname@example.org.