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21. Pillow top woven at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop. Front. 
 Pillow top woven at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop. Front. Textiles; Pillow top woven at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop held at Cochrane Street United Church on Nov. 3, 2012.

22. Pillow top woven at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop. Back. 
 Pillow top woven at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop. Back. Textiles; Pillow top woven at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop held at Cochrane Street United Church on Nov. 3, 2012.

23. Jillian Gould (MUN Folklore Dept.) introduces Elizabeth Murphy, a pillow top tradition bearer. 
 Jillian Gould (MUN Folklore Dept.) introduces Elizabeth Murphy, a pillow top tradition bearer. Textiles; Jillian Gould (MUN Folklore Dept.) introduces Elizabeth Murphy, a pillow top tradition bearer. Murphy instructed the Weaving in the Woods pillow top workshop.

24. A close up of the pillow top frame. 
 A close up of the pillow top frame. Textiles; A close up of the pillow top frame.

25. A close up of the pillow top frame with several layers of wool woven on it. 
 A close up of the pillow top frame with several layers of wool woven on it. Textiles; A close up of the pillow top frame with several layers of wool woven on it.

26. Pillow top woven by Dale Jarvis at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop. Front. 
 Pillow top woven by Dale Jarvis at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop. Front. Textiles; Pillow top woven by Dale Jarvis at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop held at Cochrane Street United Church on Nov. 3, 2012.

27. Pillow top woven by Dale Jarvis at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop. Back. 
 Pillow top woven by Dale Jarvis at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop. Back. Textiles; Pillow top woven by Dale Jarvis at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop held at Cochrane Street United Church on Nov. 3, 2012.

28. Susan Stephens "Ketchup mustard relish" pillow top 
 Susan Stephens "Ketchup mustard relish" pillow top Textiles; Pillow top woven by Susan Stephens at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop held at Cochrane Street United Church on Nov. 3, 2012.

29. Nolan, Tom. Interview with Tom Nolan about pillow tops. 
 Nolan, Tom. Interview with Tom Nolan about pillow tops. Textiles; Caitlin Bethune interviews Tom Nolan about pillow tops.

30. Wooden frame used to make pillow tops, Burin Peninsula
 Wooden frame used to make pillow tops, Burin Peninsula Textiles; A wooden pillow top frame made in Rushoon, NL circa 1960. Constructed by Ned Barry

31. Cutting the wool to form pom poms on the top of the pillow top. 
 Cutting the wool to form pom poms on the top of the pillow top. Textiles; Cutting the wool to form pom poms on the top of the pillow top. Be sure not to cut through all the layers!

32. Elizabeth Murphy shows how to steam the pillow top to fluff up the pom poms
 Elizabeth Murphy shows how to steam the pillow top to fluff up the pom poms Textiles; Elizabeth Murphy shows how to steam the pillow top to fluff up the pom poms

33. Pillow top with diamond pattern. Woven by John Weeks. Back. 
 Pillow top with diamond pattern. Woven by John Weeks. Back. Textiles; John Weeks, of Duntara, made this pillow top while working in Fort Chimo in northern Quebec. He was working on communications towers for the American army. The pillow top was mostly likely made between 1941 and 1945, when Fort Chimo (now Kuujjuaq) was used by the American military as an air force base.

34. Corner of large wooden frame used to make pillow tops, Burin Peninsula 
 Corner of large wooden frame used to make pillow tops, Burin Peninsula Textiles; A large wooden frame used to make pillow tops. Constructed in 2006, based on a model by Harold Murphy

35. Cutting the wool to form pom poms on the top of the pillow top. 
 Cutting the wool to form pom poms on the top of the pillow top. Textiles; Cutting the wool to form pom poms on the top of the pillow top.

36. Interview with Joelle Carey on CBC Radio One on the Topic of Pillow Tops
 Interview with Joelle Carey on CBC Radio One on the Topic of Pillow Tops Textiles; Interview with Joelle Carey on CBC Radio One on the Topic of Pillow Tops. November, 2012.

37. Pillow top with diamond pattern. Woven by John Weeks. Front. 
 Pillow top with diamond pattern. Woven by John Weeks. Front. Textiles; John Weeks, of Duntara, made this pillow top while working in Fort Chimo in northern Quebec. He was working on communications towers for the American army. The pillow top was mostly likely made between 1941 and 1945, when Fort Chimo (now Kuujjuaq) was used by the American military as an air force base.

38. Pillow top with diamond pattern. Woven by John Weeks. Close up view of diamond pattern. 
 Pillow top with diamond pattern. Woven by John Weeks. Close up view of diamond pattern. Textiles; John Weeks, of Duntara, made this pillow top while working in Fort Chimo in northern Quebec. He was working on communications towers for the American army. The pillow top was mostly likely made between 1941 and 1945, when Fort Chimo (now Kuujjuaq) was used by the American military as an air force base.

39. Wool Pillow Cover, Terra Nova, Bonavista Bay
 Wool Pillow Cover, Terra Nova, Bonavista Bay Textiles; A wool pillow cover created by Raymond Russell while working in the lumber woods for the A.N.D Company in 1958 as a gift for his wife. Terra Nova, Bonavista Bay.

40. Two pillow top participants show off their finished pillow tops. 
 Two pillow top participants show off their finished pillow tops. Textiles; Two pillow top participants show off their finished pillow tops. From left to right: Kate Bride and Wanita Bates
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