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Thread: Quilt Stolen from Material Girl's Quilt Shop

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    Junior Member geckos42's Avatar
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    There is a website dedicated to lost quilts: http://lostquilt.com/
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    how horrible... what is wrong with people???

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    Quote Originally Posted by donna13350 View Post
    My local LQS just sent e-mail out stating that they had rented out their longarm and couldn't remember who has it! Can you imagine? I guess these places just get busy and it's especially hard when you are only one person covering a store with more than one room, or many nooks in it. I hope they get their quilt back!

    You mean it was taken apart and toted to someone's home? I have never heard of this. Seems the LA frame would wear out with all that taking and putting back together. I'm guilty of not remembering who I loaned a book or ruler to but those are easily replaced.
    Got fabric?

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    Quote Originally Posted by loriea View Post
    I made a quilt with all 2 1/2" squares of scrap, 90 x 90". gave it to son & daughter-in-law. It was their picnic blanket. The kids loved playing I Spy on it. It disappeared from their van parked in their own driveway. So I just need to cut & sew more so I can have enough scraps to make another.
    Quilts are frequently stolen out of cars, enroute in the mail or out of suitcases on the airport. I always cover any quilts with an old dark blue sheet when they are in the car.
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