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Dedicated to displaying lost and stolen quilts and to providing information on protecting quilts.
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    Denise Schaefer made a quilt for graduation present for Tyler Jenkins. The quilt, Wolf Pack Graduate, was made using a commercial pattern from a Connecting Threads book. The quilt was shipped on June 5, 2007 from Auburn, Washington, but it wasn’t delivered as expected. Things seemed hopeless when the shipping company could no longer follow the tracking number. Apparently the label had been torn off in transit. Fortunately, the box … Continue reading

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  • 03/01/08--03:00: Vintage Cars
  • Laura Cain hopes to recover the “Vintage Cars” quilt she made for her step-son, Tim Cain. Laura made the quilt as a Christmas present for Tim in 1983. He had left it folded up in a hide-a-bed sofa that was placed in a storage unit. Eventually the contents were sold because the rent was not paid. He didn’t tell his parents until after everything got sold off sometime around 1985 … Continue reading

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  • 03/10/08--04:00: Apple Core Quilt
  • On September 18, 2003 Rebecca Payan’s car was stolen. Her Apple Core quilt was in the car at the time, and it was never recovered. This maroon and black quilt is 60″ by 60″. The backing is black, and there is one place on the back where the quilt was mended with navy blue thread. It was made in 1989. If you’ve seen this quilt, please contact Rebecca through the … Continue reading

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    Deborah Highley made a navy blue Grandmothers Flower Garden for her son. He took it with him to the army base in North Carolina. It was last seen sometime around 1995 when his girlfriend took it. This is a full-size quilt. It uses all colors, but the set up between the blocks is navy blue. It is hand pieced and hand quilted. Please contact Deborah at itzychihuahua@aol.com if you’ve seen … Continue reading

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  • 05/04/09--04:00: Twin Size Scrappy Nine Patch
  • Patrice Stafford hopes to recover a quilt that was stolen from her boyfriend’s car around 1992-1993. The car was a 1977 Chevy Nova and was located on 64th Street in Sacramento, California. The quilt is a twin size, scrappy nine patch with light blue sashing. It has a navy rose print at the posts and a navy blue border. It was enveloped and tied with navy blue yarn. The nine … Continue reading

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  • 10/27/09--04:00: Hearts
  • Rebecca Dakan would like to recover a 30" square quilt that she made in 1990. It was last seen during July 1995 in Santa Cruz, California. It was tacked to the wall when their house was for sale. One day it was removed from the wall and stolen. This quilt has a center panel with sixteen hearts (four across and four down). The hearts are in dark reds, navy blues, … Continue reading

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    Navy Insignia QuiltOn August 17, Sue Reich asked for help locating four missing World War II Quilts. Sue found out that these quilts went missing between 12:30 and 3:30 AM on August 11 at the shipping company’s facility in Keasbey, New Jersey. The quilts were at the Asheville Quilt Show in Asheville, North Carolina on August 6-8 2010. Four trunks of quilts were shipped back to Sue in New Jersey. Three of … Continue reading

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    Ohio Star by Teresa FuscoTeresa Fusco of Reading, Pennsylvania was traveling, lecturing, teaching, and exhibiting her work from Washington, DC to Northern New Jersey when she realized this quilt was missing. The 75″ by 75″ Ohio Star is a beginner’s rotary cutting sample quilt used for teaching. Teresa had just finished the quilting and sleeve, but she doesn’t think it had a label on the quilt yet. The Rotary Cutting Pattern can be found … Continue reading

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  • 10/24/11--16:36: Snail Trail Quilt
  • Dee Gordon reports that the quilt she made for her daughter, Tanya, is missing. It was stolen during a burglary at her daughter’s flat in Waterview, West Auckland, New Zealand. They believe it was used to wrap various electronic goods that were stolen from her flatmates including a large TV, laptop, and sound equipment. It was last seen mid 2009. This quilt was made for Tanya’s 18th birthday. It is … Continue reading

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    Girls are Afraid of Spiders by Jan CunninghamJan Cunningham was hoping someone might know the whereabouts of a quilt she made for her grandson’s college dorm room. The quilt was made in 1999 and was last seen in early 2000 in a dorm room at Oxford College in Conyers, Georgia. A week after the quilt was posted on this website, the strangest thing happened. She got a phone call from a couple who live in Florida, but … Continue reading