William Angliss short course - Piping Skills
Make your piping skills dreams a reality with this class.
This class is an introduction to piping skills – you will engage in piping exercises to develop skills.
Discover how to make a piping bag and determine how to correctly handle a variety of piping bags (paper, cloth and tube) and discover the differences they deliver in piping. You will cover border work, scroll work and writing, in addition to hand piping flowers, rosettes and shells.
This focus of this class is piping skills and nothing but – you will work and produce edible decorated pieces and utilise foam cakes to practice the piping; you do not make or bake any products in this class.
What You Learn
Key components to successful piping skills
How to produce decorative pieces
Techniques for essential piping
On completion of this class you will receive a certificate of attendance.
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