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Tetradecagon No. 1 - Sweet Prodigy

Tetradecagon No. 1 - Sweet Prodigy

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For this design, I started out with a 14-sided polygon. The only sketching on paper that I do is the basic line work to connect the points. I can draw all of the additional lines that I want but it's not going to show me how the 3-D effect will look. Once I have a sketch, I try to figure out in my mind what patterns might work. The next step is to "sketch" the design in royal icing to see how the pattern lays out. The attached photo shows one of the designs that I saw.


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  • Tetradecagon 1b - Sweet Prodigy
  • Tetradecagon 1c - Sweet Prodigy
  • Tetradecagon Sketch 1 - Sweet Prodigy
  • Tetradecagon Sketch - Sweet Prodigy
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Little-Fancies posted:

Incredible , do you give them as gifts ? If how do you package them , they must be so delicate   


Incredible work xx

Thank you Lisa @Little-Fancies. Right now, all of my stringwork stays here with me. If I were to give these away or sell them, I would put them in a box and hand deliver them. They are very delicate indeed!

swissophie posted:

Love all your string works, Christine ❤️❤️❤️!!! They are so complex and mind boggling! The side view showing the depth is especially breathtaking!

Petra Florean posted:

Christine is absolutely perfect, love it so so much 👏👏👏

Evelindecora posted:


Thank you cookie friends ❤️❤️❤️!

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