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Stephen making pillows for the 2009 Pioneer Women's Workshop

DVD Class Room in a Box Series

This section of our sales catalog is dedicated to the selling of our newest products, DVD Class Room in a Box series.  These DVD's are going to be the same as taking a class at the Bedford College of Lace Making, with the exception that you can watch them over and over again.  Each DVD is set up with an introduction, a syllabus and five thought out lessons to cover a five week course. 

This instructional DVD is on the subject of Netting. In this DVD, we will cover the basics of the construction of lace created with the same stitch to make a fishnet or a hammock. This DVD can only be purchased through the Bedford College of Lace Making either on this site or at any event listed on the schedule page, with the noted exception of gourd shows and festivals held in the state park system.

This instructional DVD is on the subject of Pulled and Drawn Threads. In this DVD, we will cover the basics of the construction of a piece that is half lacemaking and half embroidery.  This DVD can only be purchased through the Bedford College of Lace Making either on this site or at any event listed on the schedule page, with the noted exception of gourd shows and festivals held in the state park system.

This instructional DVD is on the subject of How to Build Your Own Bobbin Lace Pillow. In this DVD, we will cover the how to create a bolster style pillow as well as the basics of the construction of other kinds of pillows.  This DVD can only be purchased through the Bedford College of Lace Making either on this site or at any event listed on the schedule page, with the noted exception of gourd shows and festivals held in the state park system.

Step by Step Instructions on How to Build Your Own Bobbin Lace Pillow Booklets

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How to Build a Bobbin Lace Pillow

Stephen Bowman has written an instructional booklet on the construction of a Bolster type Bobbin Lace pillow, with instruction on sewing the fabric cover and liner.  Plus there are instructions on building the cradle, which is the base for the pillow, out of wood.  This booklet can only be purchased through the Bedford College of Lace Making either on this site or at any event listed on the schedule page, with the noted exception of gourd shows. 

Click here to buy the "Step by Step Instuctions on How to
Build Your Very Own Bobbin Lace Pillow: the Bolster
Pillow" booklet for $12.00.  This price includes all
shipping charges for the continental United States of
America and Canada.  All other countries please email
for instructions.

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How to Build a Cookie and Honiton Pillow

Also we have another instructional booklet on the construction of a Cookie Pillow and a Honiton Cushion type Bobbin Lace pillows, with instruction on sewing the fabric cover and liner.  This booklet can only be purchased through the Bedford College of Lace Making either on this site or at any event listed on the schedule page, with the noted exception of gourd shows. 

Click here to buy the "Step by Step Instuctions on How to
Build Your Very Own Bobbin Lace Pillow: the Cookie
Pillow & Honiton Cushion" booklet for $12.00.  This price
includes all shipping charges for the continental United
States of America and Canada.  All other countries please
email for instructions.

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How to Build a Travel Bobbin Lace Pillow

Stephen Bowman has written yet another instructional booklet on the construction of a Travel Bobbin Lace pillow in the French Roller style, with instruction on sewing the fabric.  Plus there are instructions on building the apron, which is the base for the pillow.  This booklet can only be purchased through the Bedford College of Lace Making either on this site or at any event listed on the schedule page, with the noted exception of gourd shows. 

Click here to buy the "Step by Step Instuctions on How to
Build Your Very Own Bobbin Lace Pillow: the Travel
Pillow" booklet for $12.00.  This price includes all
shipping charges for the continental United States of
America and Canada.  All other countries please email
for instructions.

This instructional booklet is on the construction of a French Roller type Bobbin Lace pillow, with instruction on sewing the covering. Plus there are instructions on building the apron, which is the base for the pillow. This booklet can only be purchased through the Bedford College of Lace Making either on this site or at any event listed on the schedule page, with the noted exception of gourd shows and festivals held in the state park system.

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How to Build a Ring Bobbin Lace Pillow

This instructional booklet is on the construction of a Ring type Bobbin Lace pillow, with instruction on sewing the fabric cover and liner.  Plus there are instructions on building the ladder, which is the base for the pillow, out of wood.  This booklet can only be purchased through the Bedford College of Lace Making either on this site or at any event listed on the schedule page, with the noted exception of gourd shows and festivals held in the state park system. 

Click here to buy the "Step by Step Instuctions on How to Build Your Very Own Bobbin Lace Pillow: the Ring Pillow" booklet for $12.00. This price includes all shipping charges for the continental United States of
America and Canada. All other countries please email for instructions.

This instructional booklet is on the construction of a Needle Lace pillow, with instruction on sewing the covering.  This booklet can only be purchased through the Bedford College of Lace Making either on this site or at any event listed on the schedule page, with the noted exception of gourd shows and festivals held in the state park system.

Bobbin Lace Pillows / Kits For Sale

The different types of bobbin lace pillows depicted below can only be purchased through the Bedford College of Lace Making either on this site or at any event listed on the schedule page (with the noted exception of gourd shows and festivals held in the state park system).  Remember when ordering through the website, please email first for shipping costs to your location.  After a quote is given and a purchase is confirmed then the "Buy Now" button will appear under the item.

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$110.00 Giant Green Ring

The Green Giant Ring Pillow shown here is a Ring type pillow measuring approxiamately 7 inches wide by 20 inches in diameter with a 15 inch opening size and has a one inch thick layer of ethafoam. This pillow comes with a box stand with a support bar and can be used with or without it.

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$75.00 Duck Faces Blue Ring Pillow

The Duck Faces Blue Ring Pillow shown here is a Ring type pillow measuring approxiamately 8 inches wide by 8 1/2 inches in diameter with a 6 inch opening size and has a one inch thick layer of ethafoam. This pillow comes with a stand called a "ladder" and can be used with or without it.

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$75.00 Primitive Barn Wood Ring Pillow

The Primitive Barn Wood Ring Pillow shown here is a Ring type pillow measuring approxiamately 7 inches wide by 8 1/2 inches in diameter with a 6 inch opening size. This pillow comes with a stand called a "ladder" and can be used with or without it. Please note that this ladder is made from the wood from a barn that had been hit by a tornado some years ago and the pillow is a normal size made with ethafoam as the pinable surface.

The Brown Ring Pillow shown here is a Ring type pillow measuring approxiamately 6 inches wide by 10 1/2 inches in diameter with a 8 inch opening size. This pillow comes with a stand called a "ladder" and can be used with or without it.  This pillow is new size introduced in 2013 and is heavier than the six inch hole size of Ring Pillow.  Also all Ring Pillows are made with ethafoam as the pinable surface.

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Example of the Travel Pillow

The Travel Pillow shown here is a small French Roller type pillow measuring approxiamately 10 1/2 inches by 12 inches at the base and the roller is 6 inches long by 2 1/2 inches in diameter.  This pillow features a removable roller with wing nut screws that can tighten the roller in place.  Additional rollers can be purchased for this pillow.

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Red Velvet Lap Pillow

The Red Velvet Lap Pillow shown here is a small French Roller type pillow measuring approxiamately 8 1/2 inches by 12 inches at the base and the roller is 3 1/2 inches long by 2 inches in diameter.  Please note that this pillow is a one of a kind, it was originally a commision piece for a client who ended up wanting a larger pillow instead. 

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Miniture Pink & Black Pillow

The Black Velvet Mini Roller Pillow shown here is a very small French Roller type pillow measuring about six inches diameter and the roller is 3 inches long by 2 inches in diameter. Please note that this pillow is a one of a kind, it was originally built to be a demonstration model but was only used once.

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Stephen making pillows for the 2009 Pioneer Women's Workshop

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