Stolen: Disney Quilt

Cheryl Haynes is looking for a quilt that was stolen from the Jimmie B Keel Library Bookstore in Tampa, Florida on May 29, 2018.  Cheryl’s quilt “Disney from my childhood” was made in 1987 of blue and white fabric with Disney characters hand embroidered into individual squares.  It was pieced, appliqued, and quilted by hand.  Additionally, the quilt is labeled with the following handwritten message:  “The very best place to be … Continue reading

Missing: Gray Bird at Dusk Quilt

Julie Bagamary reports that a grey and white 28″ x 23″ quilt was stolen from the Mountain Made Gallery in Ashville, North Carolina.  It was last seen at the gallery on July 29, 2018.  This quilt uses all batik fabrics,with a heavily hand embroidered large gray bird on a post. It was machine pieced and hand appliqued. There is a label on the back of the quilt which reads, “Gray … Continue reading

Missing: Family Reunion Quilt

Deandra Harris is looking for a quilt that was taken from a storage unit in Nashville, Tennessee sometime since January 1, 2018.  This quilt was a joint effort of the Ward, Walker and Woods families, made of purple and white fabrics.  If you have any information about this quilt please contact Deandra at deandrea_ha@hotmail.com … Continue reading

Lost: Baby quilt on road trip from Chicago to the Ozarks

Jill Lewis was traveling with her family from Chicago to the Ozark Mountains in June of 2018 when this quilt was accidentally left at one of their stops.  It’s a very colorful 4′ x 4′ quilt of primarily blue and yellow fabrics, with the name Thomas Anthony Lewis 2/5/14 embroidered on it.  If you’ve have any information about this quilt please contact Jill Lewis at JILLLEWIS511@GMAIL.COM   … Continue reading

Missing: Mountain Quilt

  Sally Schultz reports that a quilt made in 2018 by her mother in law has gone missing in the process of moving from one apartment to another in Monroe, Iowa. This queen sized “Mountain” quilt is the quiltmaker’s original design hand pieced of blue and purple batik fabrics with green and gold quilting cotton fabric. The quilt was finished with celtic knots, and has a label which states, “Made … Continue reading

Lost: Terri’s Quilt

On June 29, 2018 a twin sized quilt was taken from Stacy Lindblom’s front porch  in San Jose, CA.  This quilt is made by Stacy’s sister in law, of several different blocks using red, black, tan and brown fabrics.  Stacy reports that it was delivered by a shipping company “dropped off my package and unfortunately I wasn’t home. It was delivered earlier than I thought it would be. Someone took it … Continue reading

Found: Beautiful Asian styled quilt with pandas and dragons

I’ve been contacted by a quilter who is looking for the owner of this very unique item. Kathleen Bell wrote: “Does anyone recognize this two-sided quilt? It was given to me (Kathleen Bell) by a person who had no idea of its origin. It was most likely picked it up at a thrift store in Florida. It has no label. This quilt is the quiltmaker’s original design, measuring 49” by … Continue reading

Stolen: ZigZag Through the Garden Quilt

Please help Melanie Testa find this two sided, hand printed ZigZag Through the Garden quilt. There are some commercial prints on the back, but most of the fabrics are of her own printed creation of reds, yellows and blues. The quilt measures 68″ x 75″ Melanie’s quilt was made in 2017, machine pieced and machine quilted and is not labeled. It was last seen during the winter of 2017/18. Of … Continue reading

Ninja Turtle Quilt believed sold for drugs in North Dakota

Andrea is asking for help in locating a quilt she made for her 7 year old nephew, Toby. Andrea made a bear paw style large twin sized quilt of green, tan, red, orange, blue, purple and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fabrics for the front and back of the quilt. The quilt is machine pieced in a bear paw quilt pattern and machine quilted with a label which reads, “Cowabunga, Dude!” … Continue reading

Missing: Modified Tumbling Blocks Quilt

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 … Continue reading