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post #61 of 136
That's great that it is coming out in the next issue, but since I have yet to receive ANY issue, Im just kinda bummed:/ Maybe you can make a video tutorial.
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post #62 of 136
can't wait!! thumbs_up.gif
post #63 of 136
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Pleased to meet you!! I have to ask -- did you ever get your pink cake back???? (Inquiring minds want to know!!)


Ohhh yes!! did you figure out who did it?
beautiful cake! will buy the mag just to see how you did this
post #64 of 136
Hi Susan thumbs_up.gif
post #65 of 136
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Hi Everyone,
My name's Susan Trianos and I'm the lady who created the Tufted Billoweave (TM) technique. Andrea and I are good friends and so far, she is the only person who I've shared this technique with.
WOW, I had no idea that so many people were interested!! Well, I know you all know that I will be doing a tutorial on this technique in the Jan/Feb issue of Cake Central. Until it's been distributed, I've been asked to keep the method quite. So far, nobody has guessed...some are close though.
Thanks for your interest...hold tight, it's coming soon.
Have a great weekend everybody!!
Susan
P.S. Hi Diane icon_biggrin.gif



Pleased to meet you!! I have to ask -- did you ever get your pink cake back???? (Inquiring minds want to know!!) icon_lol.gif



Please to know you, and I want to know what happened to your cake and the cake thief too?!

I can not wait to see your tutorial.
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post #66 of 136
ok? now i am really confused. Are we talking about the gold divider tier technique or the other three tiers (green or greenish blue) , the technique used on them with the diamond effect and the button. Is that the billowing effect or the gold tier(how each of those were done. Help me understand , please. tia
post #67 of 136
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ok? now i am really confused. Are we talking about the gold divider tier technique or the other three tiers (green or greenish blue) , the technique used on them with the diamond effect and the button. Is that the billowing effect or the gold tier(how each of those were done. Help me understand , please. tia



Gold tier (billowing effect)
Greenish blue tiers (diamond effect)

Yes, it's the gold tier that everyone is talking about. And the owner of the technique just showed up a few entries before this one. There's another cake in her gallery with the same effect (it's a pink one, big).
post #68 of 136
hello, icer101,
the original post was a question about a cake by Andrea Sullivan: "green and ivory wedding cake"... it has the quilted diamond pattern on it, AND... the tufted billow weave!

Andrea's friend, Susan Trianos, showed Andrea how to do the technique, which is why Andrea was not able to tell anyone her "techniques".

This technique is now being showcased in the next issue of Cake Central magazine, and it's also a trademarked technique by Susan Trianos! If you take a look at "Peecheekeeno's"/Susan Trianos's photos, here on cake central, you'll see the cake that started the tufted billow weave craze... it's pink and you can't miss it!! it's unlike just about any other cake I've ever seen!!
post #69 of 136
Ok, thank you both so much, for this info. Why i was confused, i looked at the video another person linked us to ,and it showed someone doing a sewing basket lid using the technique that is on the diamond tiers of the first cake. She is using the dresden nd veining tool. So now, i understand what the talk is all about. lol!!
post #70 of 136
how this works
post #71 of 136
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Originally Posted by icer101

Ok, thank you both so much, for this info. Why i was confused, i looked at the video another person linked us to ,and it showed someone doing a sewing basket lid using the technique that is on the diamond tiers of the first cake. She is using the dresden nd veining tool. So now, i understand what the talk is all about. lol!!



Yes, the person who put the link to the video was confused. That was not what everyone was talking about.
post #72 of 136
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Originally Posted by icer101

ok? now i am really confused. Are we talking about the gold divider tier technique or the other three tiers (green or greenish blue) , the technique used on them with the diamond effect and the button. Is that the billowing effect or the gold tier(how each of those were done. Help me understand , please. tia



Gold tier (billowing effect)
Greenish blue tiers (diamond effect)

Yes, it's the gold tier that everyone is talking about. And the owner of the technique just showed up a few entries before this one. There's another cake in her gallery with the same effect (it's a pink one, big).
post #73 of 136
does anyone know how to do it yet!!!
post #74 of 136
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does anyone know how to do it yet!!!



Go back and read the whole thread. there are several guesses as to how it was done. But the person who actually did the cake and has a copyright on the design posted a few pages back that she cannot give out the method until after her tutorial is published in the Jan/Feb issue of CakeCentral Magazine.
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post #75 of 136
Can you seriously copyright a cake technique?! So, if someone else was to make billows on their cake, she could sue? Am I the only one who thinks that is a tad ridiculous?!

I copyright polka dots then!
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