Well, let’s see…ignoring the limitations of current state of the relevant technological arts and focusing only on the biological logistics…
Meiosis, the process by which ova are created, is different yet similar to mitosis, the ordinary process by which somatic cells duplicate. In mitosis, the chromosomes–which already exist as pairs–double, the pairs of pairs separate and polarize to opposite sides, and then the cell membrane divides, so you end up with two cells each with a full component of paired chromosomes. In meiosis, IIRC (been a while since 7th grade bio), the proto-cells start off with the normal set of paired chromosomes; they double and polarize and split once, but not equitably: one of the two “daughter” cells gets all the gelatinous goodies and whatnot, the other is a “throwaway” called a “polar body” that contains very little except the nucleus and its chromosomes.
Then both of these split a second time, but this time without duplicating: the pairs SPLIT, the cells divide, and the final four cells are all haploid, containing only half the genetic material of a conventional somatic cell. Oh, and once again only one of the two “daughters” of the cell that started off with all the goodies ends up with all the goodies, so you have three polar bodies and one ovum that contains all the good stuff for furnishing a fertilized ovum with the stuff it needs to become a blastocyte.
So, of our two lesbians, she of the previous hysterectomy cannot give birth, and if it was a complete radical hysterectomy (i.e., no ovaries), no ova or polar bodies either, but she still has somatic cells, so the equivalent of a polar body could be created by snipping all her pairs randomly in half. The resulting genetic content is equivalent to that of sperm (no possibility of a Y in there of course). So once we’ve snipped out half the pairs, creating an artificial polar body, we insert it into the other lesbian’s ovum, subjecting it also to whatever chemical prompts are normally applied by the presence of spermatozoa so as to kick it into “oh yeah I’m pregnant” mode. Then it gets implanted into Lesbian II’s uterus.
In other words, if the technology can handle it, the basic biological components are there and would come from the two women involved.