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Nevada resident wants family heirloom back after she claims a Tulsa woman didn't finish the paid job

Posted at 5:00 AM, Mar 29, 2019
and last updated 2019-03-29 09:18:16-04

TULSA — A Nevada resident reached out to 2 Works for You to try and get answers about her family heirloom.

Ramona Omsberg claims a Tulsa business owner hasn't finished the job she paid her to do.

"She offered me a price to finish my quilt, which was just about six rows of hand quilting, not by machine and then put the edging on," said Omsberg.

She said she found the business "Wallflowers by Katrinka Booth" online last March and really liked what she saw.

Then, Omsberg said she communicated with Booth, paid her $150 for the work and shipped her the quilt.

One year later, she said she still hasn't received the finished product.

"I'm kind of at a loss. I just want my quilt back because it's very old. My mother made it. My mother passed away in 1970, and I can't replace the quilt," said Omsberg.

We reached out to Booth who admitted she hadn't finished the quilt because of a family emergency.

She said she would return the quilt to Omsberg two different times after our phone call, and now has pushed the date one more time to April 3.

Omsberg hopes that she will see her mother's quilt once again.

"Money is not the issue. I mean I'm not rich or anything, but it's the quilt. The quilt is so special. I can't replace it," said Omsberg.

We will continue to follow up and update the story.

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