DiddleMeSweet Posted 28 Oct 2012 , 12:45am
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Hello, I am always looking online for new ways to pipe and as a beginner I just love to practice. I saw this picture while researching Kathleen Lange's work. I just Google her name and saw her work...any how, can anyone tell me what piping tips she used for the border? I've attached the picture...
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AnnieCahill Posted 28 Oct 2012 , 12:47am
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That is a basic star/ French star tip (for the large upside down/diagonal shell) and a small star tip overpiped with a round tip for the c shape. Google overpiping and/or Lambeth and you should get a lot of info.

BakingIrene Posted 28 Oct 2012 , 2:03am
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Round tips in 2-3 sizes for the multiple overpiped layers at the tops. Maybe tips 4 and 2

DiddleMeSweet Posted 28 Oct 2012 , 2:17am
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Thank you! I'm going to try it. I'm currently saving for her January classes!

DiddleMeSweet Posted 28 Oct 2012 , 2:23am
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Thank you! I'm going to try it. I'm currently saving for her January classes!

soledad Posted 28 Oct 2012 , 2:57am
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I hope that this link helps you. icon_smile.gif


http://www.pastrywhiz.com/wedding/wedding15.htm

Good luck! thumbs_up.gif

Ciao!

BakingIrene Posted 28 Oct 2012 , 1:55pm
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If you need a book, buy Sir Eddie Spence's book on Royal Icing (amazon discounts it online) because it has the start-to-finish information. Work through this and you will find that the pictures of Lambeth style cakes make a lot of sense.

DiddleMeSweet Posted 3 Nov 2012 , 7:20am
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A@soledad,

Thank you, that link is most appreciated! I can't believe you found these tutorials! Thank you for sharing!

:grin:

@ BakingIrene,

Thank you, I have this particular book, but I was not able to locate what tip to try and do the bottom to right stroke(bottom left to top right stroke). I think it's absolutely stunning and really wanted to try my hand at it.

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