Tuesday, 8 May 2018

April 2018 Special Trunk Show by Elva Lloyd

Elva was a member of the guild for many years and also belongs to the Happy Quilters on Manitoulin Island.  She and her sisters all hand quilt and Elva has quilted many, many quilts for other people.  She is very creative as you will see in this series of photos taken at her trunk show.  If you weren't in the audience, you have missed hearing the names and descriptions of these quilts, along with the statistics - how many half-square triangles or flying geese and how many hours to quilt.
We were thrilled that Elva visited our guild to present her trunk show.
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Elva's first quilt

Elva to the right of this mini Dresden quilt.

One of many baby quilts Elva has made from a panel

Elva can tell you how many squares and rectangles are in this quilt!

Elva's Dear Jane quilt made with the 'quilt as you go (QAYG)' technique

Made during a guild workshop

Elva made 9 of these during the celebration of Canada 100 year.

Jut one of Elva's log cabin quilts

All hand pieced hexagon quilt with unusual sides.

Delectable mountain quilt started at a quilt retreat.

Great idea for a log cabin quilt.

Creative combination of piecing and applique

Elva shows the pocket in this quilted shawl.

Dancing Tulips

Wonderful scrappy piecing with flowers and squares

One of Elva's favourite quilts

President Kathy thanking Elva.

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