Monday, 6 May 2013

Lost Quilt!

This beautiful quilt (Charley's Cats) has gone missing.


It was made by my online friend Mary, who lives in Panama, as a surprise for for her daughter and two grand daughters, who live in Kentucky.

Here are some details.

Posted in a mailbox March 3, 2013 in Malibu, CA
Packaged in Priority Mail envelope with $6.00 in postage affixed
Addressed to Fort Wright, KY
Return address: Green Cove Springs, FL

Mary did label and sign it, but with a cloth label which would be easy to remove.

Please keep a look out for it and feel free to share this on your blog, Facebook Timeline or Twitter too

Mary and her daughter are desperate to get it back.

Thanks for reading.


5 comments:

KSTaterbug said...

Bonnie,

If it was sent Priority,there should be a tracking number. Check for information on the website and then call the post office and explain what the details. There are jerks that work for the post office, but there are also a lot of people that go above and beyond to find lost or mis-directed items.

Kathy (Postal worker)

Janice Dinse said...

I had some things missing from the PO also and I called and called and they could really care less!! I was even told that by my neighbor who is a mailman.

Quilting_Chris said...

It really does depend on the worker and the post master. Some don't give a hoot and others are embarrassed by their co-workers lack of pride in a job they are paid to do.

Daphne Lewis said...

I had a package that I never received, and when I checked with the Post Office, they told me that they showed it as delivered. When I asked them if they could tell me where it was delivered, because it wasn't delivered here, they said they didn't know. I hope you find this quilt!!

Michele Bilyeu said...

Just felt the need to add that Mary's quilt showed up,after all. She had not placed enough postage on it, making it undeliverable. But it was returned to her originating address. Bit sigh of relief for her and a warning to us all!