Wednesday, December 2, 2009

So sad

I am so sad, this year I have had two little quilts disappear while I have been working. One was at the Jacksonville quilt Festival and one was just recently in Keller TX. I am going to have to start numbering my quilts and counting them before I pack up to leave anywhere. I am posting pictures of the quilts in case anyone out there finds them they can send them back.

dancingpc This is a little 4” x 6” post card quilt


This quilt is 8.5” x 11” all made in silk.


Jackie said...

Wow, I would be sad too!! I am so sorry that they were lost/stolen. I hope some good soul returns them to you.

a simple quilter said...

I would suggest posting the photos of the quilts on

keeping my fingers crossed that they will find their way back to you.


SewCalGal said...

I am very sad too. I hate the thought that someone may have taken these beautiful quilts. And if this is what happened, Shame, shame, shame on them. But I'm hoping they "accidently" got placed with someone elses stuff and they will realize soon that they took something that doesn't belong to them.


SewCalGal said...

I just posted on Facebook about this and on twitter. I'll also post a notice on my blog for sharing insights about contests, giveaways & special announcements:

Maybe if everyone can help spread the word these quilts can be found.


Anonymous said...

How awful of those women to have taken your quilts! They obviously know the amount of time and creativity that goes into making them. I am indignant on your behalf. And being from Texas, I'll keep my eyes open.

Leigh said...

They're beautiful! I hope they turn up somewhere soon =/

kathy york said...

That bites. I am assuming that they were lost in the presence of other quilters? Hugs to you.

Diane J. Evans said...

I'm so sorry, Frieda -- I'm going to put a link on my blog to send people to your site. I'll bet someone will find them -- I hate to think that quilt lovers would stoop so low as to take them.

Good luck!


Chris said...

I'm so sorry to hear about your lost quilts. I hope they return to you.

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