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post #16 of 28

It is in the US but I can't post it here. PM me your e-mail address and I will send it to you.

There. Their. They're not the same.

 

I hope I die before "your" becomes the official contraction of "you are."

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There. Their. They're not the same.

 

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post #17 of 28

I know the creator of the cake so I emailed her. She said it was the scalloped zigzag from the Straight Frill Cutter Set 1. Here is the link -http://********************/catalog/gumpaste/FMM/JEM.htm

post #18 of 28

Why did they block it? You can check **********.

post #19 of 28

OMG

post #20 of 28

Told you it couldn't be posted here. If I try to give you the hints so you can figure out the ***** part, CC will scold me, so just PM me your e-mail address.

 

Edited to say

My offer still stands, but I did find this:

http://www.amazon.com/JEM-Cutters-Frill-Cutter-Set/dp/B003RYX1YI/ref=pd_bxgy_k_img_y

which is not exactly the same, much shorter, and I can't tell if the ends are open. I think they would have to be, as who would want to cut a chevron/frill that was only 3 motifs long!


Edited by shanter - 4/25/13 at 4:56pm

There. Their. They're not the same.

 

I hope I die before "your" becomes the official contraction of "you are."

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There. Their. They're not the same.

 

I hope I die before "your" becomes the official contraction of "you are."

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post #21 of 28
Thread Starter 
You can get them from **********. Google frill cutters and you will find sellers. You can find them on eBay as well.
post #22 of 28

Thanks Cakegirl for finding the answer!  I'm pretty sure the straight frill can be found at Global Sugar Arts as well.
 

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post #23 of 28
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Originally Posted by ApplegumPam View Post

Oh gosh - sometimes I think you people OVER-ANALYSE things - without wanting to sound persnickty, sometimes the answer is staring you straight in the face but you just don't want to see it

In an effort to clear the forest from the trees....... I quickly rolled and cut for you

 

YES - it IS only 2 stripes ..... BUT you can make as many as you like :P

The 'middle' is not stitched - not something rolled over the fondant - it is quite simply the SAME cutter - just pressed a little lighter to 'emboss the strip rather than CUT through it

This is not perfect - but it did only take 2mins  - I am sure you COULD find another way that might take more time...... but seriously - WHY?
 

 

Thanks Applegum.  Sorry for upsetting you so much;  not my style. 

 

Your new "persnikity" admirer and friend. :)

 

Linda

 

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post #24 of 28

I bought my set of cutters from Cake Crafts in Englewood, CO, in case anyone is in the area.  When I purchased them, I thought they would make a great chevron-style decoration on a cake.

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post #25 of 28
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Originally Posted by ApplegumPam View Post

Looks to me like it was cut using the FMM strip cutters

http://www.cakedecoratingsolutions.com.au/products/Cutter-%252d-Straight-Frill-%231-%28Set-4%29.html

 

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Did nobody notice my post?   Is it even showing?  Because if it were AND you had looked you would see that the cutter ......

is FOUND!  thumbs_up.gif
 

 

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Originally Posted by ApplegumPam View Post

Oh gosh - sometimes I think you people OVER-ANALYSE things - without wanting to sound persnickty, sometimes the answer is staring you straight in the face but you just don't want to see it

In an effort to clear the forest from the trees....... I quickly rolled and cut for you

 

YES - it IS only 2 stripes ..... BUT you can make as many as you like :P

The 'middle' is not stitched - not something rolled over the fondant - it is quite simply the SAME cutter - just pressed a little lighter to 'emboss the strip rather than CUT through it

This is not perfect - but it did only take 2mins  - I am sure you COULD find another way that might take more time...... but seriously - WHY?
 

 

 

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Originally Posted by shanter View Post

Applegum Pam,

That's the one I sent to the OP in a PM, but I e-mailed it to her because the link I had was a site that is blocked by CC. You posted the very one on a different site/supplier.

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I was right there with you guys, the whole time, lol. I never thought to use it that way, though. It is very pretty. And I have 2 of them, that would make short work of it!

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post #26 of 28
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Applegum Pam - I dont think it is the frill cutters.  Reason why is she also uses a stitching pattern in the middle of the chevron. Wilton has a new product called a Detailed Embosser that has two extra wheels that pop on the handle.  Each wheel has 3 patterns.  Dash (stitch), scalloped, wave, dot , etc.  My wheel is an old Wilton  that had two extra little wheels that have different patterns. I think it is white and the wheels slip into the handle.

 

But you just might be right too!  Too bad we can't just ask her!

I have that too. Complete utter crap, and a waste of a good $15 or so.

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post #27 of 28

Anna, are you talking about the new Wilton wheel?  It isn't worth the money?  Sorry to hear that. 
 

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post #28 of 28
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Anna, are you talking about the new Wilton wheel?  It isn't worth the money?  Sorry to hear that. 
 

No, I have the first one, but I would not buy the second because they basically stole my money for the one I got. The handle is a joke, you may as well just put your hands on it and roll it like a rolling pin. The more pressure you put on it, the more it bends, and still doesn't evenly emboss or cut all the way through.

 

They should have a trade in program, the first for the second, if they are going to continue to sell their products when they should be in the development stage.

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