peacockplace Posted 5 May 2005 , 2:39pm
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I see bead makers, but I can't find the rope mold. Does anyone know if they have it or not?

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libbyhunt Posted 5 May 2005 , 8:07pm
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I can't get on their website for some reason but since I live close, I went by at lunch and didn't see one. I did find the bead molds though. They don't always have everything from their website out front at the store so I'll try to ask next time I go in there.

Libby

diane Posted 5 May 2005 , 8:11pm
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wow, you're soo lucky to live nearby...if i did, i would be in that store every day!!!!! icon_eek.gif

peacockplace Posted 5 May 2005 , 8:23pm
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Wow.. it would cost me a lot of money if I lived that close! Thanks for looking. I found the bead makers on line, but didn't see the rope. Oh well icon_cry.gif

Lisa Posted 5 May 2005 , 8:58pm
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They do have a Clay Gun that will make ropes. I've used mine with fondant and it works great.

http://www.sugarcraft.com/catalog/gumpaste/SG-KIT.jpg

http://www.sugarcraft.com/catalog/gumpaste/gptools.htm

peacockplace Posted 5 May 2005 , 10:39pm
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Lisa, do you think that the sugarcraft one is better than the wilton cookie press? I tried that and could barely get the fondant to come out, after I softened it!

Lisa Posted 6 May 2005 , 2:46am
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Originally Posted by peacockplace

Lisa, do you think that the sugarcraft one is better than the wilton cookie press? I tried that and could barely get the fondant to come out, after I softened it!




I don't have the Wilton cookie press but I can tell you that the clay gun is much smaller. The disks you put in the opening are only slightly larger than a dime. I've never had a problem getting the fondant to come out even without softening it. The only complaint I'd have would be that it's small and you need to reload it a few times to get a nice, long rope.

peg818 Posted 6 May 2005 , 11:55am
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you can try here for your rope mold, i do believe they carry it. They ship very fast too.http://www.globalsugarart.com/catalog/index.html If i didn't do that right just copy and paste.

cakeconfections Posted 6 May 2005 , 12:19pm
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http://www.cakecraftshoppe.com/showprod.asp?mcatid=6&catid=14&ncurpage=2

you can get it here too. they have decent prices for shipping and merchandise.

but, i have an acct with ckproducts so must of my stuff comes from them.

m0use Posted 6 May 2005 , 2:22pm

http://www.earlenescakes.com/productexamples.htm this is on Earlene Moore's website and she has some tips on how to use the wilton cookie press, like add a some piping gel to your fondant to make it easier to work with..

flayvurdfun Posted 6 May 2005 , 2:25pm

I am not totally loving the wilton cookie press.... I gave mine away and bought the pampered chef one... but sorry I cant see how this one could do what you asked.... I would stick with what lisa said.

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