Knitted Valentine Koalas with Red Rose and Heart _ swissophie
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Remarkable!  

I'd be interested to know if there's a category specifically for this kind of knitted royal icing technique. 

One of the first things I thought when I saw these was how delightful they'd look framed in a shadow box for a nursery.  

Are these little fellows made from a single cookie cutter or did you create them by using several cutters?

As Carol wrote, "Amazing".

Pip

pip posted:

Remarkable!  

I'd be interested to know if there's a category specifically for this kind of knitted royal icing technique. 

One of the first things I thought when I saw these was how delightful they'd look framed in a shadow box for a nursery.  

Are these little fellows made from a single cookie cutter or did you create them by using several cutters?

As Carol wrote, "Amazing".

Pip

Thanks so much for commenting, Pip! There doesn't seem to be a specific category, but there are plenty others they fit in . I made the "cutter" myself by cutting out the forms from a coated cardboard (like it's used for cakes etc. to repel liquids and grease), then placed them on the rolled-out dough, and cut along the forms with a sharp knife. Thanks again. Totally appreciate your compliments !

swissophie posted:
pip posted:

Remarkable!  

I'd be interested to know if there's a category specifically for this kind of knitted royal icing technique. 

One of the first things I thought when I saw these was how delightful they'd look framed in a shadow box for a nursery.  

Are these little fellows made from a single cookie cutter or did you create them by using several cutters?

As Carol wrote, "Amazing".

Pip

Thanks so much for commenting, Pip! There doesn't seem to be a specific category, but there are plenty others they fit in . I made the "cutter" myself by cutting out the forms from a coated cardboard (like it's used for cakes etc. to repel liquids and grease), then placed them on the rolled-out dough, and cut along the forms with a sharp knife. Thanks again. Totally appreciate your compliments !

You're one amazing cookier.   Pip

Cookie Celebration posted:

I swear you have this technique down pat! A quick look at a picture of these gorgeous cookies and one would think that you really knitted them!!! Outstanding work.

Thanks a lot! I appreciate your comment very much.

Brigitte Thiele posted:

These are amazing and sooo cute! I am a knitter also and these are spot on with knitting.  Just wow! Brautiful work. 

Thank you very much, Brigitte. I truly appreciate your knitter's comment !

Mily posted:

I admire this work.  I wish I would like to know how to achieve it!   Really  I have found nothing more hard like this.   

Thank you so much, Mily! It's not hard at all, once you've got the technique. I still have to learn how to take pictures, but I will try to make a tutorial sometime, if someone else doesn't beat me to it Thanks again!

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