Woman seeks community help locating two lost quilts | Community Spirit
A Spokane woman is seeking the community's help in locating two hand made quilts that fell out of her moving car on Sunday afternoon on the South Hill.
Days of work fell out of the back of DezaRae Anderson's 4-runner between 1 and 1:30 pm on Sunday. Anderson had just driven to her parent's house in Idaho to complete the two quilts, and one is slated to be raffled off at a retreat for women in recovery on September 13th.
The raffle bound quilt is done in bright colors and features the word 'LiLoLa 2013' in the center square with a butterfly. The second quilt is one that Anderson finally finished years after starting it. Both quilts were in a 13 gallon, white garbage bag. Anderson believes that the quilts fell out somewhere between the 2600 block of S. Regal and the Fred Meyer's on Freya. She has plastered the area with fliers and has been knocking on doors hoping to find them.
As a thank you, Anderson will give the second quilt to the person who is able to help her find her missing projects. She is most interested in locating the brightly colored quilt that is meant to be raffled off next weekend.
If you've seen DezaRae Anderson's quilts or know where they might be please contact her at (509) 768-4882.