The quilt in question is a twin-king size quilt made with white fabric and blue embroidery, in a “circular, almost flowery pattern.” The owner of the quilt says she may have mistakenly given it away. It was worked on by multiple generations of women in her family from 1960-1986. Unfortunately, it has mysteriously gone missing sometime since it was last seen sometime between 2014 and 2016.
The quilt is unlabeled, but it may have a small piece of paper and a dog figurine sewn into the quilt chronicling who worked on it.
If you have information about this quilt or its whereabouts, please contact Staci Treece at firstname.lastname@example.org.