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Home Decor Gallery

Examples of early home décor pieces created by textile artist Jean M. Judd. This type of work is done only on a commission basis now for select interior design projects.

Baseball Pillow (2004), Jean M. JuddThe pillow front is designed to have the feel of a baseball diamond with a tan fabric that resembles sand to represent the infield of a baseball diamond. Home plate as well as 1st, 2nd and 3rd bases are all visibly hand quilted.

The surrounding fabric squares are baseball fabric that has been hand quilted to bring out the individual baseballs. The “field” is then framed by dark green fabric to represent the grass of the outfield.
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       Baseball Pillow - (c) 2004 20"x 20" - $230  -- SOLD -- Special order available

Choir of Angels Pillow (2004), Jean M. JuddThese whole cloth pillows have the look and feel of an old world tapestry. Because of the beauty of this piece of fabric, the artist decided to not cut the fabric up into small pieces for patchwork. Instead, the fabric was left whole and hours of hand quilting was done by the artist on each pillow.

The hand quilting softly enhances the feeling of viewing a scene from Heaven. The stitches add texture and contour to the fabric and give a sense of movement.                                                                               Detail Photo    Special Order

       Choir of Angels Pillow - (c) 2004 15"x 15" - $90   -- SOLD -- Special order available

Grandmother's Quilt Pillow #1 (2005), Jean M. JuddGrandmother’s Quilt is an old pattern first published in 1948 in the Kansas City Star. The original pattern had the star being white and the background colored. The artist decided that it was better to have the colored fabric (royal purple in this instance) be the star and really make it stand out against a cream background fabric printed with Oriental language characters.

Hand quilting was done by the artist on each pillow to accent the over all design of the checkerboard effect in the center of the star as well as to repeat the star shape in the four corners. Detail Photo   Purchase

      Grandmother's Quilt Pillow #1 - (c) 2005 16"x 16" - $200   -- 2 available

Grandmother's Quilt Pillow #2 (2005), Jean M. JuddGrandmother’s Quilt is an old pattern first published in 1948 in the Kansas City Star. The original pattern had the star being white and the background colored.

The artist decided that it was better to have the colored fabric (royal purple in this instance) be the star and really make it stand out against a cream background fabric printed with Oriental language characters. Hand quilting was done by the artist on each pillow to accent the over all design of the checkerboard effect in the center of the star as well as to repeat the star shape in the four corners. Detail Photo    Purchase

  Grandmother's Quilt Pillow #2 - (c) 2005 20"x 20" - $250   -- 2 available

King's Road Pillow (2004), Jean M. JuddThese whole cloth  pillows have an Oriental feel to them inspired by the fabric design. This is a neutral pattern that will fit into any décor. The beauty of this piece of fabric, lends itself well to being used just as it is without further embellishment.

The artist decided to not cut the fabric up into small pieces for patchwork. Instead, the fabric was left whole and hours of hand quilting was done by the artist on each pillow. The hand quilting softly enhances the calming effect of the fabric. Detail Photo     Purchase

     King's Road Whole Cloth Pillow - (c) 2004 14"x 14" - $120 -- SOLD -- Special order available

Nothing But Net (2004), Jean M. JuddThe pillow top is hand quilted by the artist. The pillow front is designed to have the feel of a basketball court with a wood pattern fabric around the pillow top to represent the floor of a basketball court.

The inside fabric squares are alternating white sparkle fabric squares and basketball fabric.  Inside each white square, a basketball hoop has been intricately hand quilted with fantastic detail. The center is framed with a black fabric that represents the out of bounds line. Detail Photo    Purchase

       Nothing But Net - (c)2004 20"x 20" - $335   -- 2 available

Oriental Quilted Pillow (2004), Jean M. JuddThe focus fabric in these two pillows (the green/red Oriental fabric) is a reproduction of a fabric from the William Morris Collection (1834-1896). The red/gold fabric adds a bit of vibrant color to enhance the overall pillow and give it a little pizzazz.       Detail Photo   Purchase

      Oriental Quilted Pillow - (c) 2004 15"x 15" - $200 -- SOLD - Special Order Available

Oriental Quilted Pillow (2004), Jean M. JuddThese handcrafted pillows would coordinate very well with the Oriental Block Pillows with the Red/Gold Edge as the patterns are the same but two different fabrics were used as well as the pillows being two different sizes.

The pillow top is hand quilted by the artist. The focus fabric in these two pillows (the green/red Oriental fabric) is a reproduction of a fabric from the William Morris Collection (1834-1896). The medium/dark green leaf fabric frames the pillow top design and adds emphasis to the overall pieced pattern.
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        Oriental Quilted Pillow - (c) 2004 20"x 20" - $285   -- 2 available