Gabriella Duncan is looking for a 50″x 62″ quilt she designed of turquoise, mauve and charcoal fabrics she personally procion dyed. The quilt is a modified version of a tumbling blocks pattern with blocks arranged in flowing color gradations. The quilt has a label on the back with Cataclopia, Gabriella Duncan, April 1991 written or typed on white muslin.
Speaking of her quilt Gabriella says, “It had been on the wall (of my home) for a number of years, then put with other quilts on a dedicated shelf, so I never routinely checked or inventoried to see that it was there, until I went to look for it last week.” Gabriella believes “it was taken by person or persons unknown some time in the last 18 years” from her home in Tucson, Arizona.
Gabriella further states, “This was the best piece I ever made and it means the world to me. It won a prize at the 1993 Tuscon Quilter’s Guild annual show. I offer a no-questions-asked reward for its return.”
If you have information regarding this quilt, please contact Gabriella at email@example.com
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