Piping Nozzle

Decorating By Jenna1588 Updated 27 Jul 2013 , 1:49pm by Jenna1588

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Jenna1588 Posted 23 Jul 2013 , 8:17pm
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How do these work in regards to number and letter. I have a few that I've got with magazines, sets etc. I normally use a 9MM nozzle, lately I can't see to make my buttercream neat. I get peed off with it because I know I can do better. I HATE plastic nozzles, BC doesnt seem to be as sharp with plastic. 

 

What do people tend to use on a regular basis or which would you recommend for a nice rose type swirl effect?

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ellavanilla Posted 23 Jul 2013 , 8:24pm
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wilton 1MM tip makes the rose swirl. you can find it at michaels 

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Jenna1588 Posted 23 Jul 2013 , 8:27pm
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I'm in the UK so we don't have a Michaels.

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ellavanilla Posted 23 Jul 2013 , 8:35pm
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oops!

 

here's a link for a company in ENgland with the open star tip you need

 

http://www.windsorcakecraft.co.uk/jem_1m_open_star_piping_nozzle.html?category_id=382

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Jenna1588 Posted 23 Jul 2013 , 8:49pm
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Ahh thank you. 

 

Another question.. 1 of many (sorry) Looking at that website, I take it it does make a difference when you start on the inside to the outside? I have done both but not at same time so I've never noticed. Can you tell I'm a learner! LOL

 

This is the nozzle I use, it looks very similar but..... Is it the same size! Arghh

 

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Jenna1588 Posted 24 Jul 2013 , 9:53am
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?

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ApplegumPam Posted 24 Jul 2013 , 11:18am
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If you are in the UK - grab the Lakeland set - they are great for cupcake swirls/roses etc

Here are examples of the different tips (including the Lakeland set)

http://kerrycooks.com/2011/07/step-by-step-frosting-cupcakes-the-perfect-swirl.html

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Jenna1588 Posted 25 Jul 2013 , 5:50pm
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Thanks :) I've bought the Wilton 1M on FleaBay x

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CakeRae80 Posted 25 Jul 2013 , 6:14pm
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Originally Posted by Jenna1588 

Ahh thank you. 

 

Another question.. 1 of many (sorry) Looking at that website, I take it it does make a difference when you start on the inside to the outside? I have done both but not at same time so I've never noticed. Can you tell I'm a learner! LOL

Yes if you start on the inside and work your way out it makes it look different than if you start on the outside and work your way in.  I believe (I don't do them) that the rose design that ellavanilla mentioned is if you start on the inside and work your way out.  To get height I always start on the out and work in.

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nannycook Posted 25 Jul 2013 , 7:40pm
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AJenna, that nozzle is the one i use for rose swirls; and yes you pipe fron inside out, start right in the middle with a flower and work out and keep going around till your at the outer edge keeping the swirls all the same level, if you want an icecream type swirl start ob the outside and towards the middle to look like a Mr whippy type swirl. hope that helps? i'm also in the uk x

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Jenna1588 Posted 25 Jul 2013 , 9:45pm
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Yes thank you :) 

 

I have done good piping in the past but at the minute I can't get the piping or BC right! Frustrating :(

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Jenna1588 Posted 27 Jul 2013 , 1:49pm
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My Wilton nozzle came today! Why did I not buy one sooner!!!! Its sooooo much better than the similar one I was using!

 

Thanks for your advice guys :)

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