Tina Bass is looking for her lost quilted table runner. It was last seen on October 23, 2017. It was left in the back seat of a Dollar rental car at the Tulsa, Oklahoma airport.
This table runner was almost complete. It was halfway bound. The needle and thread were still in the binding. It is about 20″ by 50″. The main colors are gray, purple, pink, and green. The hexagons were made using the Spirit Animal fabric line by Tula Pink. The gray and purple background fabric is by Marcus Fabrics, called Putty and Mortar by Delores Smith. There is a purple flange and it was bound in a different purple print. It was made as a teaching sample.
If you find this quilt, please contact Tina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dorothy Ragland was wondering where her quilt was, so in March 2011 the missing quilt was posted on this website.
She had entered her 30″ by 30″ quilt into the Keepsake Quilting’s “Home Sweet Home” contest in 2008. It was supposed to be returned to her in October, but she never received it. They kept saying they were late, but would send it soon. In February 2009, they said they returned it the previous October but couldn’t provide a tracking number.
On October 30, 2017, her quilt was mysteriously returned by US mail with this message:
Hello, This quilt had been shipped to my home several years ago & before I could mail it to you I had lost it. While remodeling our kitchen I found it!! So before I lose it again I wanted to make sure that you get it back. Signed Many Blessings…
There is still the mystery of why it was shipped to the wrong person but Dorothy is very thankful she has it back again. Nine years is a long time to wait!
Diane Alexander is asking for help locating a raffle quilt called Piñatas that was stolen from a car parked in the Slatten Ranch Shopping Center, Brentwood, California on October 12, 2017. The quilt was in a blue quilt bag with two other items that Diane had made. It was on the floor of her friend’s car when someone broke the window and stole the bag while she was eating at Mimi’s restaurant. This quilt was supposed to be raffled off on November 8, 2017. Her friend was taking the quilt so it could be shown at a quilt show that weekend.
This quilt is 60″ by 60″. It has a beige background and the piñatas are primary colors. It has ribbons attached to the ends of the star piñatas. The border is black with piñatas printed on it. This quilt is machine pieced and machine quilted. It is labeled on the back right:
Pattern from Piñata Quilt by June Tenorio-Coscarelli
Made by Diane Alexander
Discovery Bay, CA
Quilted by Carmen Fredricks
If you find this quilt, please contact Diane at email@example.com.
Eleanor Balaban is asking for help locating this Steelers quilt made by Susan Madden. It was last seen on October 13, 2017 when it was taken from a show in Kensington, Maryland.
This quilt is 32″ by 32″. The main colors are black and yellow. The quilt is made in a butterfly pattern. It is labeled on a lower corner with Susan’s name.
If you find this quilt, please contact Eleanor at Eleanor.balaban@LNF.com.
Sheryl Kenny is searching for this Storm at Sea quilt that she made for her nephew, Travis Owens. The quilt was last seen during the summer of 2016. It was stolen from a house in Phoenix, Arizona where he was staying.
This quilt is full size. The main colors are blues and reds. Sheryl used a fabric by Jason Center called Return to Atlantis which features sea life. This quilt is machine pieced and machine quilted. It was made in 2014. It has a label hand appliquéd to the back which says something like, “For my nephew Travis Owens.”
If you find this quilt, please contact Sheryl at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ethel Granger hopes to recover her quilt, called Southwest. This quilt was last seen during September 2017. It was stolen from her home in Port Arthur, Texas.
This quilt was made from a commercial pattern. Ethel used Southwest Designs by Sindy Rodenmayer of FatCat Patterns. It is 60″ by 75″. The main colors are browns, tans, orange, and yellow. This quilt is hand appliquéd, machine pieced, and machine quilted. The quilt was made in 2015. It has a label on the back with Ethel’s name, etc.
If you find this quilt, please contact Ethel at email@example.com.
Kathy McKellar hopes to recover her quilt that disappeared from the Onslow County Fair. The quilt was last seen on October 5, 2017 in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Kathy had entered it into the fair and when she went to pick it up, they could not find it.
This quilt is approximately 60″ square. It was made from a commercial pattern for a mystery quilt called “Kwik Spanish Tiles” by Karie Jewell. The photo shown here is from the pattern cover. The main colors on Kathy’s quilt are muslin, purple and many other colors. She used fabrics from the Peppered Cottons collection by Pepper Cory. (The manufacturer’s description is, “These are yarn-dyed shot cottons, meaning the weft and warp are two different colors, giving each color a unique look.”)
If you find this quilt, please contact Kathy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On October 4, 2017, Fran Cox has found a quilt at the Dallas Charity Shop (Texas). She hopes it may be reunited with its rightful owner.
This quilt is 48″ by 60″. The main colors are blues and deep colors. The back is black. It has a big guitar with strings and frets. The name “Michael” is written in cursive across the quilt. It has gold guitar strings. It does not have a label.
If this quilt might belong to you, please contact Fran to confirm ownership by giving a detail about the quilt that has not been shared. Please contact Fran at email@example.com.
Sandra Benzel would like to recover a quilt she made for Jim Morgan called Silly Suits. This quilt was last seen sometime around February 2017 in a truck in northern Washington. The truck was stolen and the quilt was in the back.
This sofa quilt is made of cottons that look like suite fabrics in browns and grays. Sandra used a Scrap Crazy pattern. She made it in 2015. There is a label that says “Silly Suits for Jim Morgan by Sandra Benzel, Tingit Indian” along with her native name and Juneau, Alaska. The label is sewn to the back corner of the quilt.
If you find this quilt, please contact Sandra at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ben Hope is searching for a quilt owned by Nancy Helton. The quilt was made by Grover Helton for Charlotte Helton. This quilt was last seen in Maryland in 1998. It may have been stolen and taken to California or Arizona.
This quilt is queen size. The main colors are pink, blue, and red. It is hand pieced and hand quilted. Charlotte Helton’s name appears on the front of the quilt along with the year, 1971, which is embroidered.
If you have seen a quilt that fits this description, please contact Ben at email@example.com