Yvette T. Storm made a special quilt depicting our nation’s independence and she gave it to her husband as an anniversary gift. He was once a re-enactor of the Revolutionary War period. She gave it to him while he was in Windsor Point, a skilled nursing facility in Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina. Apparently someone liked the quilt so much they took it from his private room. Her husband has since passed away, but she would love to have her quilt returned to her.
If you find this quilt that fits this description, please contact Yvette at email@example.com.
Elizabeth Gould had a quilt stolen from her Seattle, Washington front porch on January 27, 2018. The quilt was in a box that was mailed to her by her quilter in Chelan, Washington.
This quilt is named “Antelope Canyon.” It is 100″ by 100″. The main colors are peach and turquoise. It is machine pieced and machine quilted. This quilt is not labeled.
If you find this quilt, please contact Elizabeth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
During November 2017, Ronnie found a quilt with family photos and names at a thrift store in Edmonds, Washington. She is hoping to find its rightful owner.
This large quilt is mainly brown, black, burgundy, and creams. It is machine quilted.
Happily, in February 2018 quilt was reunited with its intended owners!
Elaine Ylioja hopes to recover the nine patch baby quilt that she made for her grandson. The quilt was last seen during June 2012 either in Minnesota or North Dakota. Her daughter and son-in-law were on a trip to Brainerd, Minnesota and they also went to Minneapolis. They stopped at a Super 8 motel in North Dakota on the way home.
This 40″ by 48″ quilt was made in 2011. The main colors are blues, grey, and yellow. It is machine pieced and tied at the small cornerstone blocks. It is not labeled, but it has a yellow “S” chain stitched on a blue corner block.
Eliane says she would be happy to pay for shipping if the quilt can be located and returned to her. If you find this quilt, please contact Elaine at email@example.com.
Joni Thomson is searching for her Star Crossed Quilt. The quilt top was last seen during August 2016 when it was shipped from Davenport, Florida to Salt Lake City, Utah. Some of the contents of the box were found and returned to her, but not this quilt top or the fabrics and scraps that were with it. In the box with the quilt top, there were several large pieces of fabric yardage in the aqua check, the solid white, the yellow dot, and three or four different red fabrics along with the pattern she used.
This quilt top is 48″ by 48″. The pastel blocks are set off by an aqua check sashing along with red and white nine-patch cornerstones. She used fabrics by Fig Tree & Co. This quilt top was machine pieced in 2016.
If you have seen this quilt top and/or the fabrics, please contact Joni at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Robin found this yellow baby quilt in a thrift store in Mankato, Minnesota about eight years ago. She just learned about this website, and she is hoping someone might recognize it. It has three appliquéd motifs of cradles, doves, and flowers.
Robin writes, “This quilt was lovingly made with great detail. I suspect it was unintentionally donated.” If you recognize this quilt, please contact Robin at Robin.email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.