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I've done this before...it's very easy and looks really pretty in person...I don't think the blended section comes across well using my simple point-and-shoot. (You can click to enlarge the pics...see how the gray (3rd pic) looks like there's purple lines running through it and the white looks almost dirty...in person that wasn't visible).   This is a polymer clay technique called Skinner Blend...there's lots of tutorials showing how to make it. You can use a pasta...
Here's another way to do it: http://www.mycakeschool.com/blog/school-blog-tutorial/
Are you talking about this style?   https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=How+to+Create+a+Quilted+Pattern+on+a+Cake+   If so, you can also just buy a diamond impression mat.
If you look at the third photo, it looks piped: http://blog.pinkcakebox.com/aryans-first-birthday-cake-2013-03-03.htm
No problem mmhassa2...
They're sold here: http://shop.cakesbyximena.com/product.sc;jsessionid=FE8218B938A33EB227288D35DFE900AF.m1plqscsfapp04?productId=90&categoryId=17   If you click on the last small pic, you can see the entire set...
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Looks like it's the mat in this set: http://www.amazon.com/FMM-Tree-Bark-Brick-Impression/dp/B001SSJWG6
It was mentioned already, but microwaving should absolutely fix it... My fondant looks exactly like that when I make red or black...warming it, then kneading a little, and it's perfect.
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