I'm trying to search for a smaller version of 2D tip to make a smaller rose swirl. Can't find reviews or blog writing about how to make it smaller any online. I prefer 2D type of rose swirl than 1M but I need the swirl to be smaller, is there a way?
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Yes 2D is a closed star tip - looks a bit like an asterisk on the top
1M is an open star tip.
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You are correct about 2D being a drop flower but it will do a rose swirl along with tip 1M tip. Once, I made a cake with smaller rose swirl and used a tip 18. I saw it in my Wilton book showing the smaller rose swirls on green vines with leaves and that is where I got the idea from.
I don't like how rosettes look like from 1M...it just look weird to me lol
I haven't had the chance to drop by the shop but I did went to Wilton website..actually stared a few times at the drop flower catalogue. And I was thinking that maybe I could use 109 but somehow the nozzle look different from 2D. But now that you mentioned 224 & 225, those look more similar to 2D..Thank you so much
I don't have the whole set so that's why I have to do some research before buying any..it's costly! >.<