STOLEN QUILT- we know who has it, just can’t get it back.

Thought I would post about my “stolen” quilt that I had gifted to my Great Uncle Kenn last year for his 90th birthday.

A man named Phillip befriended my Uncle and pretty much cleaned out his apartment and bank account when my Uncle was dying in the hospital in 2016.  I contacted Phillip and asked for my quilt back but he gave me excuse after excuse as to why I can’t have the quilt.

So it should still be in his possession- unless he ever decides to sell it or give it away.  There is a label on the back, but it could have been removed so that no visible identification can be made.  The label indicates the quilt is for my Uncle Kenn for his 90th birthday and the date is August 5th 2015.

Phillip lives in Pickering Ontario as well as Toronto Ontario, so if anyone ever sees this quilt in those areas, somehow let me know.

The quilt is a double bed size, with the top fabrics being Kona Putty for the background and Moda Weave Linen Look fabrics used for the brown, beige and grey rectangles on the front.  The thread used to quilt it are the same colours, which you can kind of see the different stripes of quilting in the photo.

The back is a Carolyn Friedlander crosshatch widleback in grey (my most favourite fabric)

No idea if I will ever get this quilt back- but just posting the fact that it was taken, is a step.

 

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