Blue Hexagon / Sweet Prodigy

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This was actually a very easy pattern to create. I started with four shades of teal-blue. I piped the darkest blue lines first. They were piped over guidelines that I had drawn onto the cookie. Next, I piped the medium-blue lines so that they would lie beside the dark lines. I repeated this step for the remaining two shades of blue. The photo below shows the depth of the lines.

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Ryoko ~Cookie Ave. posted:

Christine, you are amazing.  I still cannot line properly, my lung capacity is not enough to hold my breath, your straight lines makes me sigh, mesmerized!  

Don't forget to slow your heart rate down too! 馃槄 Actually, my hands do shake when I pipe, so there's still hope for you. Besides, your cookies make for much better stories! 馃槂

Sweet Prodigy - Christine posted:
Manu posted:

Just beautiful! I love I can see the white icing layer on the cookie through the lines!

Thank you Manu! I've been working on creating depth with my patterns. 

You just nailed it!

swissophie posted:

Your perfection is flabbergasting and breathtaking, Christine!!! I'm like Ryoko, my lung capacity is too small ! Just awesome, your work 鉂わ笍鉂わ笍鉂わ笍!!!

Thank you Sonja! @swissophie And I did NOT copy your cookie...that is hexagonal...and blue...with geometrically intersecting lines...

Sweet Prodigy - Christine posted:
swissophie posted:

Your perfection is flabbergasting and breathtaking, Christine!!! I'm like Ryoko, my lung capacity is too small ! Just awesome, your work 鉂わ笍鉂わ笍鉂わ笍!!!

Thank you Sonja! @swissophie And I did NOT copy your cookie...that is hexagonal...and blue...with geometrically intersecting lines...

ROFL! We're just corroborating the theory of quantum entanglement, dear friend 馃ぃ!

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