The first thing that you need to do is to cut the ¼ inches long plywood into a circle. If you feel that you cannot saw the wood by yourself it is better to take it to a lumber yard and have it cut for a nominal fee.
It is recommended that the size of the bobbin lace pillow should be somewhere around 20 to 24 inches.
You now need to sand the plywood with your focus on the edges. The sand should be smooth to prevent snagging the fabric of the pillow.
You should now cut the high-density foam with a simple or electric knife. You need to cut the foam in a circle, matching the size of your lace pillow base. Now smooth away the edges of the foam for nice clean look.
Now keeping a cloth about six inches bigger than your pillow you need to cut it by giving it a circular shape. Place the cloth over the pillow then pull taut by securing one side with a stapler and then the other. Once the cloth is all around the bobbin lace pillow, make sure to cut the extra fabric away.
Now take another fine cloth and cut it in a circle with the help of some sharp scissors. Keep the size of this cloth bigger than your lace pillow. You can press the edges under to achieve a neat look just before finishing it off. Use glue to hide the raw side of the edges on the pillow.
Once the edges have been glued, you need to leave the pillow for a while to let it dry and settle in the edges. If you use the pillow immediately there is a chance that you will end up loosening the edges.