Peacock Lane Brochure Cover
Peacock Lane Brochure Cover, courtesy of Violet Craft (violetcraft)

Let’s take a walk down Peacock Lane with sewist, designer, and all-around awesome person Violet Craft.  (With a last name like that, she must be talented, right?)  We were introduced to Violet’s debut fabric line with Michael Miller Fabrics, Peacock Lane, at Spring Quilt Market in Salt Lake City.  Now that the line is released and widely available, we thought it was time to visit Peacock Lane and, naturally, we wanted to bring our readers along.

Sunday Stash #109
Photo courtesy of Rita (Red Pepper Quilts)

Peacock Lane is a robust, gorgeous line that features fun focus prints alongside smaller florals that are already becoming a basic staple in many modern quilters’ stashes.  As you can see, the colors represent a vibrant range from golds and greens to a rich rose that is perfectly complemented by touches of charcoal grey.  And the unexpected highlights of the prints themselves include a family of regal elephants and, of course, some proud peacocks.

Sunday Stash: Peacock Lane
Photo by Joan Callaway (wishes, true and kind)

Like what you see?  Well, here’s a hot tip: the Fat Quarter Shop is running a special on Peacock Lane through Monday, 10/17, at midnight CST.  The entire line is 50% off!  Yes, you read that right — 50%!!  Just visit the Fat Quarter Shop on Twitter for the special code:

Sunday Stash: Peacock Lane
Photo by Joan Callaway (wishes, true and kind)

And Violet was kind enough to design the latest addition to our designer masthead series.  Take a look at our fabulous new Peacock Lane-inspired blog header.  If you’re reading this post via a reader, be sure to click through and take a look!

Peacock Lane!
Photo by Jennifer (sunnyauh)

Now, join us on our stroll down Peacock Lane …

Here’s a simple but effective quilt that Violet herself made as a gift for her friends’ adopted child, which also showcases the line nicely:

A Quilt for Ellie - Peacock Lane
Peacock Lane Brochure Cover, courtesy of Violet Craft (violetcraft)

Some stylish and cozy jammie pants:

Peacock Lane Jammies
Photo courtesy of sewingday

A spectacular spin on a dresden plate quilt by Mary:

Mollys Crazy Dresden
Photo courtesy of Mary @ Molly Flanders

A sassy bubble skirt by Shelly Figueroa of Patterns by Figgy’s:

Photo courtesy of Shelly @ Figgy’s

Mixed with complementary prints in a bowtie quilt by our very own Katy:

a quicky
Photo courtesy of Katy Jones (imagingermonkey)

Peaks and Troughs, a mini quilt by Rita of Red Pepper Quilts based on a pattern by Sarah Fielke as seen in her book, Quilting: From Little Things:

Peaks and Troughs ~ mini quilt
Photo courtesy of Rita (Red Pepper Quilts)

Another patchwork quilt by Rita.  I love how its simplicity really shows off the line:

Peacock Lane Quilt Top
Photo courtesy of Rita (Red Pepper Quilts)

And finally, a zippy little zipper pouch by Amanda:

Peacock Lane Pouch
Photo courtesy of Amanda (a crafty fox)

We hope you enjoyed our visit to Peacock Lane, and leave with an abundance of inspiration!