Practice using a Paper Cone
Teaching Session 1 - 2 - 3 - 4

The illustrations below show simple patterns made with the falling method that the beginner should practice and master before proceeding to more complicated designs. Any of these designs can be practiced by first drawing it in dark ink on a sheet of paper, then placing a sheet of translucent parchment or a plate of glass over the design. Pipe the icing onto the parchment, using the design as a guide.

line06.gif (1474 bytes) All lines need to be equally thick and all loops of equal length, depth, height and size.
line07.gif (1476 bytes) All lines need to be equally thick and all loops of equal length, depth, height and size. Don't loose your cool. You can make it.
line08.gif (1066 bytes) First pipe line08a.gif (594 bytes) and then pipe the same pattern the opposite way on top.
line09.gif (1852 bytes) This one is also a combination of 2 decorations piped on top of each other.
line10.gif (1325 bytes) This one is pretty cool. It requires a restart as it is not piped in a continuous line like the other ones are.

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