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September 21, 2017
Lattice Quilt from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Pamela Schuetz is searching for her Lattice Quilt which she made for her husband who died a month after she finished it. The quilt was last seen in Topeka, Kansas on October 1, 2011.

This king size quilt is made of half square triangles with 1″ diagonal strips between the triangles. It is machine pieced and machine quilted. It is labeled with Pam’s name. The label is hand sewn to a back corner.

If you find this quilt, please contact Pam at tur48key@hotmail.com.

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Pam’s Halloween Quilt from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Vanessa Avery is looking for the Halloween Quilt the she made for her sister, Pam. It was last seen during the beginning of 2017 in the Jacksonville, Illinois area. Pam left it some people when she went into the hospital, and she went back several times to retrieve it. Eventually they told her they burned it, but she wasn’t sure if they were telling the truth.

Pam’s birthday was on Halloween, so Vanessa made the quilt using all Halloween fabrics. The main colors are red, orange, black, yellow, and purple. Some patches have eyes that glow in the ...

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August 19, 2017
Cat’itude’s Grace Ann from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Deb Heartherly is looking for her quit named Grace Ann which is from her book,‘Cat’itude. The quilt was taken down from display and it was not seen again. She kept hoping it was simply misplaced or possibly folded up inside other samples, but a thorough search has been made without finding the quilt. This quilt was last seen during late summer or fall of 2016. It was on display at a Franklin, North Carolina quilt shop.

This quilt is 71″ by 83″. It is made from light blue, green, and gold batiks. It is machine pieced and machine ...

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Shop Hop Sampler Quilt from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Cindy Chihasz is hoping someone has found a quilt that she made for her mother. Her mother was living in Iva Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center in Iva, South Carolina. She had been very ill and was brought to the hospital for two days. The workers told her they were going to clean the quilt for her while she was gone, but they never saw it again. The entire center was searched and the laundry service was contacted, but it was not found. The quilt was last seen during April 2013. Her mother passed away March 14, 2017.

This quilt was ...

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August 9, 2017
Generosity from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Maria Billings is asking that people watch out for her missing quilt. On June 9, 2017, “Generosity” was last seen during the set up of the SAQA (Studio Art Quilt Association) exhibition entitled “Wide Horizons,” which was held in Fuerth, Germany. More than a month later, on July 20, Maria was informed that her quilt had disappeared. A quilt by Sandy Snowdon also disappeared.

This quilt is 40″ square. It is a hand-painted whole-cloth quilt that is hand quilted. She made it in 2014. It has two labels. Both include the name of the quilt, “Generosity,” and her name. One ...

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Holly Hobby quilt from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Emily Crooper wants to recover a twin size Holly Hobby quilt that was last seen in Weymouth, Massachusetts in 1994. Apparently the person storing the quilt thought she didn’t want it any more.

This quilt is hand pieced. It has triangles all around the outside. It was made in 1976.

If you find this quilt, please contact Emily at Emmygledhill@gmail.com.

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August 4, 2017
Meeting of the Geese from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Sharon Coulter wants to recover her quilt, “Meeting of the Geese,” which she made for Chris Coulter. This quilt was last seen in July 2017 in Surrey, Canada. It was in a van that was stolen while her son was in the process of moving. The van was recovered but the items inside were gone, including this quilt. He lost many of his personal possessions.

This quilt is 90″ by 90″. The main colors are light and dark grey with red. The light and dark Flying Geese are heading towards each other from opposite corners with a few red ones ...

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50th Anniversary Quilt from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Mallory Dubach is asking for help in locating this 50th Anniversary Quilt that she made for Del and BernaDeane. This quilt was last seen on July 24, 2017 in Goldendale, Washington. It was shipped from Goldendale to Vancouver. The package was stolen off the recipient’s doorstep on July 25.

This quilt is about 67″ square. The main colors are white, brown, blue, green, and red. She used the “River Journey” line of fabric by Holly Taylor for Moda Fabrics. The backing is Cotton Supreme Solids in shamrock green. There are buck, bears, fish, map prints, canoes, and other “Pacific ...

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July 23, 2017
Military Log Cabin from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Carmen is searching for a log cabin quilt that she made for her son, Benjamin. It was last seen during 2016 in Grand Rapids, Michigan at her son’s apartment. It may have been taken by a roommate or roommate’s friend. They didn’t realize it was missing until recently.

This full-size quilt is mainly blue. It includes the different military branches put together in a log cabin style. One the back is a typed message for her son. It has a red border. It was made about 10 years ago. It has a label sewn to the back ...

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July 22, 2017
June’s quilt from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Debra I. Cohen Cousineau wants to recover her mom’s quilt. It was last seen on June 11, 2017 in room 237 of Briarcliffe Manor in Johnston, Rhode Island. Her mom was a patient there and the quilt was on her bed when she passed away. They packed up her belongings on June 14, but the quilt was not there. They immediately notified the nursing home staff, but they only say they will call if they find it. Debra and her sister had been planning on burying their mother wrapped in the quilt, but they could not since it disappeared ...

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Bertha’s quilt from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Mary King hopes to locate a quilted wall hanging that was made by Bertha McPherson for her mother. Bertha’s mother passed away in 2005 but Bertha continued to work on it. When Bertha passed away in 2009, her daughter kept the still unfinished quilt. In 2010, it was stolen from Bertha’s daughter during a home burglary in Scio, Oregon.

If you see a quilt that looks like this, please contact Mary at dolphinquilter@gmail.com.

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July 15, 2017
Lynn’s quilt from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Lynn Reid hopes to recover a quilt that her aunt (now passed away) made for her in the early 1970’s. During the 1980’s it was disposed of, possibly given to Goodwill. The quilt had the letters of Lynn’s name down the center panel. It also had various Holly Hobby and Auburn panels on the remaining squares. It likely had her aunt’s name in the bottom corner along with the year (KAT, Katherine Ann, 1972). The quilt was from a house in Birmingham, Alabama. Her aunt also made a similar quilt for her brother, Steve. His had ...

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July 14, 2017
Grandma Evelyn’s quilt from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Holly Bedingfield hopes to recover a quilt that was made by her Grandma Evelyn. The quilt was last seen on June 30, 2017 in her home in Keizer, Oregon. They were packing for camping in the back of the truck. It was with another blanket in a large white garbage bag and the bag must have fallen out along the way.

This queen size quilt is blue and white on one side and random colors on the other side. It has large hearts sewn onto it in different fabrics. It is machine pieced and hand appliquéd.

If you find this ...

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June 23, 2017
Solomon Wedding Ring from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Ellen Mills is searching for a wedding quilt she made for her sister, Beth Solomon. This quilt was last seen on June 1, 2017 in Aurora, Colorado. It was stolen out of a storage unit along with other household items.

This quilt is about 24″ by 24″. The main colors are orange, mint green, and cream. Their names, the date of their wedding, a cross, and a Star of David are featured on the quilt inside the rings. This quilt is machine pieced and machine quilted. It was made in 2008.

If you find this quilt, please contact Ellen at ...

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Pinwheel Quilt from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Les Shepherd hopes someone has found his daughter’s graduation quilt which was made by her grandmother, Lesley Sproul. In was last seen in March 2016 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The delivery person left it in a box at the front door of the home of the person who made the quilt, but it disappeared before the owners received the quilt.

This machine pieced, multicolored quilt features pinwheels in various sizes from 2″ to 10″. The background of the blocks is white on white. It was started around 2008 and was finished in 2016.

Les writes, “This quilt as enormous ...

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June 14, 2017
Red Lone Star Quilt from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Julia Shores hopes to recover a red Lone Star Quilt. It was last seen around September 2013 in Conroe, Texas. A wildlife quilt also became missing at that time. Both were in a towed pickup truck.

This lap quilt (almost twin size) is red, black, and white. It was made in 1988. She is not sure if it is labeled.

If you find this quilt, please contact Julia at juliawshores@gmail.com. She is happy to reimburse shipping costed, if needed, for returning the quilt(s) to her.

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Emporia State University Quilt from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

Jackie Jarvis reports the loss of her daughter’s Emporia State University Quilt. It was last seen during the summer of 2015 in a storage unit around the Orlando, Florida area.

The quilt is 60″ by 60″. The main colors are black and yellow-gold. There are a couple of screen prints included on this quilt. One is their mascot, the hornet. Another says ESU. This quilt was machine pieced in 2012. It has a label that says something like, “For Lindsey, Love, Mom” and maybe something about Grandma J.

Jackie writes, “This quilt has much sentimental value as my mother ...

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June 2, 2017
Sunsets Over Texas from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

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 ...

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Women of Influence from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

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 ...

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May 19, 2017
Girl Scouts Rule from Lost Quilt Come Home Page

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 ...

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