Julia Gore needs help recovering her stolen quilt. The quilt was last seen on January 22, 2018 at a shipping facility. It was delivered to the wrong address in Glen Allen, Virginia. Either the recipient’s neighbor is not being truthful about receiving the quilt or it was stolen off their porch. This quilt was intended as a gift for Julia’s parents.
A week later, Julia reported the wonderful news that her quilt was recovered!
This quilt is a narrow twin size quilt. It is made with pink, blue, and green batiks. The batiks were from a jelly roll. The sashing and backing are Kona cotton in bone. The pattern was from a “Missouri Star Quilt Co.” YouTube video. This quilt is machine pieced and machine quilted. It was finished in 2018.
Lynne Ferraccio hopes to recover a quilt that was made for her by June Ison. She last saw it around 2004-2005 in Adrian, Missouri.
This quilt is twin size. The main colors are purples. Each block has a hand appliquéd cat silhouette in purple on a white background. There is purple sashing and white in between. The quilt was made around 1990.
If you have found a quilt that fits this description, please contact Lynne at Lferraccio@gmail.com.
Judy Lenhart George hopes that someone might have found the 50th Anniversary Double Wedding Ring quilt that she made for her parents, John and Rita Lenhart. The quilt was last seen on October 1, 2012 in Maumee, Ohio. Rita was packing to move to Northwestern (Niagara Falls), New York. The quilt was last seen in a linen closet in a commercial, clear plastic, comforter-size bag with a white zipper.
In November 2017 a friend found this quilt at a rummage sale and got it back! So, this quilt has now been recovered!!!
This full size quilt is machine pieced and machine quilted. The fabrics she used included blues, white-on-white, and blue/purple hydrangeas. The quilt was made in 2007. The quilt is labeled and includes pictures of her parents on their wedding day along with a current day photo. The label was fused to the back and then hand button-hole stitched around the state of Ohio.
Kaitlyn Roberts would like to recover a twin-size Tulip quilt made by her grandmother. This quilt was last seen during May 2017 at a dry cleaners in the .
The main colors are white, green, red, and yellow. It was hand pieced and hand appliquéd over thirty years ago. There is a patch on the back with Kaitlyn’s full name on it and a picture of her as a child snuggling in the quilt.
If you find this quilt, please contact Kaitlyn at email@example.com.
In January 2018, Sondra Millard found this Turning Twenty quilt at a Wichita, Kansas DAV (Disabled American Veterans). This quilt has never been washed and it looks like it just came off the longarm. It is quilted with a beautiful heart panto. It was beautifully pieced together as well. Sondra wonders if it had been made as a gift for someone who possibly did not like the fabrics or the colors, or she wonders if it could have been a stolen quilt. She is wondering if anyone recognizes this quilt.
Carol Laforest found a lap-size quilt made from Bowling Green University t-shirts. She found it in a Detroit, Michigan thrift store. If this is your quilt, please contact Carol at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If a quilt is posted that became missing in your state or a state close to you, PLEASE share it with your friends & local quilt guilds! The more people who know about the missing quilt, the better chance it might be found.
Jude Spero is searching for his quilt called Missing Links, made from a pattern by Little Louise Designs. This quilt was last seen in December 2017. It was part of a trunk show run by a fabric company. The quilt was being sent from one shop to another. It was signed for according to the tracking records but the quilt is missing.
This quilt is 61″ by 66″. It is made from mostly blue tones. One distinctive fabric that is used is an Island Batik line called Lotus Blossoms. The background is white. This quilt was machine pieced and machine quilted in 2017. The label hand appliquéd to the back says:
©2017 – LLD-116
By Jude Spero
Little Louise Designs
972 Ridge Road
Queensbury, NY 12804
If you find this quilt, please contact Jude at email@example.com.
Kelsea Luce is searching for a quilt made by her parents and close family friends. This original quilt is called the Pizza Quilt: Mellow Mushroom. The quilt was last seen on November 5, 2017 in her car in Asheville, North Carolina. They were on their honeymoon when someone broke into her car and stole the quilt. A police report has been filed.
The main colors of this quilt are black and red with pizza slices and assorted Mellow Mushrooms t-shirts. The back is a black fabric with pizza slices. It is labeled:
With Love for Kelsea and Sam
Wishing you a big slice of happiness on your wedding day and always!
Quilters: Mom and Sherry
Pizza and Beer Consultants: Dad and Buzz
If you find this quilt, please contact Kelsea at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Irene Grimes would like to find her 365 Challenge Quilt. This quilt was last seen on October 21, 2017 in Bareggio, Italy. It was being mailed back from a quilt show in Italy. It left Milan on October 28, but it never made it back to the USA.
This quilt is 104″ by 104″. It was made during 2016. The main colors are white, grey, and black. This quilt is different from other 365 Challenge quilts because Irene added an extra border. This quilt is machine pieced and machine quilted.
If you find this quilt, please contact Irene at Ireneemail@example.com.