Monica Rodarmer is searching for her quilt, Sunsets Over Texas. It was last seen during August 2016 in Plano, Texas. It was packed in some moving boxes that were lost. Numerous other irreplaceable items are also missing. The boxes were distinctly marked with bright pink and yellow post-it notes marked POD or TRUCK along with Monica’s last name, “RODARMER,” and her phone number. They never arrived at her new home in South Carolina.
This quilt was made from a Bonnie Hunter pattern. It uses fabric with a halloween pumpkin print, bright greens, and an orange plaid border. This quilt is about 96″ by 84″. It is machine pieced.
If you find this quilt or any boxes marked as described above, please contact Monica at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Valorie Davidson is asking for help recovering her quilt, Women of Influence. The quilt was made for a fund raiser in honor of Valorie’s grandson who passed away at 6 months old in 2009. Their family participates in a fundraiser for St. Louis Muscular Dystrophy Association in his honor. This quilt was last seen on January 12, 2017 in Osawatomie, Kansas when it was shipped to Valorie’s daughter. It was last scanned as “out for delivery” in Hazelwood, MO on January 14, 2017. It was packaged in an “Amazon” box with “blue echo tape” and sent to Dardenne Prairie, Missouri, but the package never arrived. he weekend that the quilt was in transit there was a severe ice storm which may factor into its disappearance. They suspect it was stolen but cannot prove it.
This quilt is 92″ by 116″. The main colors are blue, red, and tan. The quilt is a sampler designed by Sarah Maxwell and Dolores Smith of Homestead Hearth in Mexico, Missouri. It was featured in the Kansas City Star during 2009-2010 as a block of the month. The fabrics were specifically designed and made by Marcus Fabrics and were only produced for a limited time to celebrate the women’s suffrage movement. This quilt is machine pieced, hand appliquéd, and machine quilted. It has a label (shown below) hand appliquéd to the lower right corner on the back of the quilt.
Valorie writes, “Not only did we lose this beautifully made quilt, we also lost the potential donations at auction intended to support the MDA!” If you find this quilt, please contact Valorie at email@example.com.
Jo Ann Smith found this quilt at a thrift store in New Jersey, and she hopes someone might recognize it and claim it as theirs.
This quilt was made in 2014. It has a label fused to the back, lower right corner. If this is your quilt, please contact Jo Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm what is on the label.
Christie Eckardt is searching for her “Girl Scouts Rule” quilt. It was last seen during December 2016 in the British Club in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. She had it at a quilters meeting and it was either already gone when she left, or it was accidentally left under the table and went missing afterwards. The Club had nothing in their lost and found department.
This quilt is about 48″ by 60″. The main colors are white, green, and pink. Printed Girl Scouts fabrics are used. This top is machine pieced, machine appliquéd and machine quilted. This quilt had just been handed back from a longarm quilter and it was not yet bound.
If you find this quilt, please contact Christie at Christieeckardt@gmail.com.
Fran Ebert hopes that someone has seen this family heirloom which belongs to her friend, Jo Anna Ackerson Palmer. It was made by her friend’s mother. It was on display at a church in Kansas when it went missing. This quilt features a large star in the center of a black background.
If you find this quilt, please contact Fran at Febert@cox.net.
Gina Stroman would like to recover a quilt called “No Smart Racing” that she made for Dwayne Stroman. It was last seen on April 16, 2017 in Henderson, Nevada. It was stolen along with their RV, which was in a secured storage facility.
This quilt is 60″ by 72″. the main colors are red, gray, and black. It is appliquéd, machine pieced and machine quilted. It is also embroidered with the names of various racetracks.
If you find this quilt, please contact Gina at email@example.com.
Mary Kerr ws looking for a quilt named “Melon Smoothie.” It was on display at the National Quilt Museum, but once it was shipped, it never made it back home to Virginia. Thankfully after waiting and waiting, this quilt has finally been recovered!
This quilt is 76″ by 84″. The main colors are salmon and green. It is made from a vintage top, circa 1930, and it was quilted in 2014. It is hand pieced, hand appliquéd, and machine quilted.
Thalia Patricio found this yellow daffodil quilt in a thrift store in San Diego, California. She writes, “I would love for this quilt to get back to the rightful owner if it was donated in error.”
This quilt is 75″ by 90″. The main colors are yellow, white, and green. The appliquéd blocks alternate with solid yellow blocks. It is labeled, “To my daughter (with her name inserted here), made with love, Mom 1981.” The label is embroidered in the front in the corner.
If you can identify the recipient of this quilt, please contact Thalia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jennifer Denbo bought this handmade blanket at the Rolla, Missouri Goodwill on March 7, 2017. At the time she thought it was just fabric squares and she was going to give it to her daughters to play with. Upon opening it, she noticed there was a note written on the back cover, along with a name embroidered into the corner. She writes, “I’m not sure if this was meant to go to Goodwill, or even if this person is in Rolla. The way it was packaged leads me to believe it may have been donated by mistake. In my heart I knew I needed to at least try to find the owner.”
This blanket is 51″ by 65″. The main colors are baby pink, yellow, purple, and ivory. It is labeled, “Mikaela / Love Nena.” The letter that was found with the quilt says:
This is your “prayer square” blanket. As I sewed each square, I said a prayer for you.
I prayed that God will give you lots of love, peace, comfort and strength as you grow up.
If you need a rainbow day, one filled with the sunshine of God’s love for you; just wrap this blanket around you and know that you are wrapped in God’s love and also in my love.
Jennifer has been posting it on her local news Facebook and the police department pages. She’s emailed news organizations. She’s called Goodwill corporate. They tell her it could have been donated anywhere in Missouri. Her original post from Facebook can be seen at . The Channel 5 segment can be seen here.
Misty Kibler DeWitt is searching for her birthday quilt which was made by her Grandma, Kay Clark. The quilt was last seen in Billings, Montana during February 2003. It was lost during a move.
This full-sized quilt is mainly blue, red, brown, grey, and tan floral. One square is embroidered with Misty’s name and the date it was given to her, March 21, 1987. It may also say “Happy Birthday.”
If you find this quilt, please contact Misty at Jmdewitt3@yahoo.com.