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@Wendy Cubic posted:

I apologize I meant to just post them as practice cookie ....not to enter into anything . I am terrible at picking where to put photos in .....sorry

That makes sense! I changed the clip sets (as can be seen at the top, highlighted in yellow) and added a few tags (feel free to add more) so that you will know what to do for next time. Also, your piping is fantastic, and I would still love to see you enter the challenge.

@Wendy Cubic Your snowflake cookies are stunning and so intricately piped. Unfortunately, this technique does not qualify as stringwork. The rules have been updated to clarify what is and is not considered stringwork, and what I am looking for. I have removed this clip from the challenge set, however, your piping skills are truly impeccable, so I do hope to see you enter a stringwork set. If you have any questions or need any help, just let me know!

2. The predominant feature of your design (or preferably, your entire design) must be the stringwork technique. This means that multiple icing "strings", piped only with round tips, must be (1) suspended or piped away from the cookie, similar to Australian or oriental stringwork, and/or (2) be built up above the cookie surface by layering icing string upon icing string. I am NOT looking for one-level line work where the lines sit flush on the cookie, needlepoint grids, or Lambeth-style piping that typically uses non-round pastry tips.

I apologize I meant to just post them as practice cookie ....not to enter into anything . I am terrible at picking where to put photos in .....sorry

@Wendy Cubic Your snowflake cookies are stunning and so intricately piped. Unfortunately, this technique does not qualify as stringwork. The rules have been updated to clarify what is and is not considered stringwork, and what I am looking for. I have removed this clip from the challenge set, however, your piping skills are truly impeccable, so I do hope to see you enter a stringwork set. If you have any questions or need any help, just let me know!

2. The predominant feature of your design (or preferably, your entire design) must be the stringwork technique. This means that multiple icing "strings", piped only with round tips, must be (1) suspended or piped away from the cookie, similar to Australian or oriental stringwork, and/or (2) be built up above the cookie surface by layering icing string upon icing string. I am NOT looking for one-level line work where the lines sit flush on the cookie, needlepoint grids, or Lambeth-style piping that typically uses non-round pastry tips.

Yes, I concur! Super precise piping skills! @Wendy Cubic, we hope to see you in the challenge with another set!

@Wendy Cubic Your snowflake cookies are stunning and so intricately piped. Unfortunately, this technique does not qualify as stringwork. The rules have been updated to clarify what is and is not considered stringwork, and what I am looking for. I have removed this clip from the challenge set, however, your piping skills are truly impeccable, so I do hope to see you enter a stringwork set. If you have any questions or need any help, just let me know!

2. The predominant feature of your design (or preferably, your entire design) must be the stringwork technique. This means that multiple icing "strings", piped only with round tips, must be (1) suspended or piped away from the cookie, similar to Australian or oriental stringwork, and/or (2) be built up above the cookie surface by layering icing string upon icing string. I am NOT looking for one-level line work where the lines sit flush on the cookie, needlepoint grids, or Lambeth-style piping that typically uses non-round pastry tips.

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