manatee19 Posted 12 Mar 2006 , 12:14am
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I'm making some icing covered cookies in the shape of scotty dogs. I plan on doing a plaid scarf. How do you do plaid, with the under over affect? Any help would be great. Thanks.

Stephanie

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DDiva Posted 12 Mar 2006 , 12:23am
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I'm assuming that you're covering the cookies with royal icing or fondant. I'd use food color pens and a straight edge.

antonia74 Posted 12 Mar 2006 , 12:37am
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I do a very simple type of "plaid" on my golfbag cookies...just 2 colours across one another:
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JennT Posted 12 Mar 2006 , 2:43am
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So do you do all the lines of one color and then go back and do the same with the other color? (does that make sense?? lol icon_confused.gificon_lol.gif ) That's what it looks like to me but I want to be sure because I, too, will be doing a plaid pattern on a cookie for the first time very soon! icon_smile.gif

slejdick Posted 12 Mar 2006 , 3:08am
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Here's another "plaid" that KHalsted did in a Valentine cookie bouquet. In the comments she gave some details on how she did it:

http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-photos_display_69_-23272.html

manatee19 Posted 15 Mar 2006 , 8:16am
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Thank you all for your ideas. I have a much better idea what I'm going to do. Lines, next to lines, with different tips. Learn something new everyday.

Thanks again,
Stephanie

antonia74 Posted 15 Mar 2006 , 1:29pm
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sorry, I should have explained. Yes, one colour piped...then I let it dry a few hours before the next colour beside it.

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