Glitterkitti Posted 22 Jan 2013 , 5:38am
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Godot Posted 22 Jan 2013 , 5:48am
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pipe.

Glitterkitti Posted 22 Jan 2013 , 5:52am
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with royal icing??

crushed Posted 22 Jan 2013 , 6:05am
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AYes

Dani1081 Posted 22 Jan 2013 , 12:28pm
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The picture you posted is a buttercream cake, in which case buttercream would work just as well.

gbbaker Posted 23 Jan 2013 , 11:31pm
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I have done this on fondant and made a template out of card stock and traced it onto the the cake.  You need to figure out the spacing, so it works out evenly. The template made it so much easier.

 

Hope that helps.

Glitterkitti Posted 23 Jan 2013 , 11:36pm
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I would be wanting to put the stitches on a fondant covered cake. What kind of template did you use?
 

jgifford Posted 24 Jan 2013 , 1:03am
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Ron Ben Israel had a tutorial on a cake he did with all different kinds of embroidery stitches on it. It was fondant on fondant. For something like this, he used tiny strings and then snipped them at even intervals with a pair of VERY sharp little scissors.

-K8memphis Posted 24 Jan 2013 , 1:33am
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Originally Posted by jgifford 

Ron Ben Israel had a tutorial on a cake he did with all different kinds of embroidery stitches on it. It was fondant on fondant. For something like this, he used tiny strings and then snipped them at even intervals with a pair of VERY sharp little scissors.

 

 tiny strings of thread that you can't eat or tiny strings of fondant??

AZCouture Posted 24 Jan 2013 , 2:58am

ANo, fondant on fondant.

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