Bedfordshire lace is a continuous lace. This means that the entire piece of lace is made simultaneously, starting from one end and working straight through to the other end. Bedfordshire lace is not made in individual motifs to be sewn together later like Honiton, nor are the trails connected together with 'sewings' like tape laces.
My source for for this child's cuff was Bedfordshire Lace Making by Pamela Nottingham. I enlarged the pricking 120% and worked it in 100/2 Fresia linen lace thread. The cuff ends with a short trail which will be doubled back and tacked down on the inside of the cuff. This ending provides additional strength during washing and wear, so that the lace won't unravel.