To my delight, I got an email from a woman named Kim McBirnie all the way from England saying that she had made a quilt with my fabric. I just loooove when this happens - and am so curious to see what has been made. Kim has great quilting blog with a funny name that I love - "Never Teach a Chicken to Quilt" - she even has pet chickens that she includes in some of her posts! From what I can tell, Kim started quilting at the beginning of the year and has made two quilts using September Light. Here they are!
Lindsey Murray at the Interweave blog, Quilting Daily. She posted on covering tea tins with fabric. Thought it was a cute, fast and easy project - and could be applied not just to tea tins, but other storage containers as well.
And, last but not at all least, Paula, who is the Wholesale Manager at In the Beginning made what's called an "origami" purse - check it out on their blog~ She was clever to make it double the size of the pattern, so it's the perfect size to carry almost anything, and what you don't see are the multitude of pockets and alternating fabric on the inside.
XO - Lida