At about 6 p.m. on April 5, while traveling from Dallas to Austin on its way to protest harmful cannabis laws at the Texas State House, our beautiful and powerful cannabis quilt was stolen from the luggage rack on the roof of our Texas Chapters Leader’s beige Ford Explorer, in the parking lot of the CVS drug store at 2222 Thorton Lane in, Irving, Texas.
Both panels were stolen: Our United States panel which is 18′ x24′ and our Unity panel that is approximately 8′ x 10′. These quilts weigh close to 60 pounds, and are not easy to carry.
If anyone has knowledge of the location of our beautiful cannabis quilt, please email email@example.com and call the Irving Police Department at 972-273-1010.
No questions asked! No charges pressed!
You can find pictures and more information on our website: http://www.momsformarijuana.com/the-cannabis-quilt
Moms will not let this horrible crime stop us! If we don’t get the quilt back, we will re-create it, bigger and better than before.
If anyone would like to donate to the quilt fund they can do so at: https://www.wepay.com/donations/cannabis-quilt
This is the video “The Cannabis Quilt was Stolen”
The Cannabis Quilt is a great loss to Moms for Marijuana International. Words cannot express the heartbreak we feel over the theft of this beautiful symbol of unity in the quest for cannabis legalization.
The overwhelming and heartwarming love and support we have felt from the cannabis community means so much to us.
Our quilt was created as a symbol of unity and even in its absence; it is still uniting us all.
I am convinced that united, we can get the quilt back home!