ROCKY RIVER, Ohio - A family is asking for help after an artistic quilt based on a Beatles’ song was stolen from the Rocky River Civic Center.
Bev Fawcett’s quilt was on display at the Quilter’s Legacy of Lakewood show over the weekend, her daughter said.
“She chose to share this part of her with the public, only to have it taken away,” Catherine Fawcett said. “Quilts were on exhibit for the public to look at and unfortunately, out of all the quilts on display, someone decided that it was OK for them to steal hers.”
The work of art, which Catherine said is a dear, personal possession, was inspired by the song “Fixing a Hole” that was featured on The Beatles’ 1967 album “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.”
The family is asking the person who took the quilt to turn it over at the Rocky River Police Department or email Catherine at Catherine.firstname.lastname@example.org .
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