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Old 24-08-2004, 04:10 PM
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Default cake decorating tips (sizes 0 and 00) in NYC?

Would anyone know where to buy super-fine cake decorating tips in NYC?

I'm looking specifically for sizes 0 and 00. (Broadway Panhandlers
only had size 1).

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Old 24-08-2004, 04:24 PM
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Would anyone know where to buy super-fine cake decorating tips in NYC?

I'm looking specifically for sizes 0 and 00. (Broadway Panhandlers
only had size 1).


If you can't find them locally, Sugarcraft has them available online. This
is from their site:

All tips with the same Number (0, 00, 000) but with different endings (S, L,
T) are basically the same size opening, just different brands, same metals.
Different manufactures use their own abbreviations.
'L' means it is a very little opening
'T' means it is a very tiny
'S' means it is a very small opening; similar to the regular tip number.
#0, #0L, #T-0, #T-01, #000, #000L, #T-000, #T-03 will not fit on couplers,
just drop them inside a parchment bag.
We will send which ever brand we have unless you otherwise specify in the
'comments' box at the end of your order.

www.sugarcraft.com


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Would anyone know where to buy super-fine cake decorating tips in NYC?

I'm looking specifically for sizes 0 and 00. (Broadway Panhandlers
only had size 1).


If you can't find them locally, Sugarcraft has them available online. This
is from their site:

All tips with the same Number (0, 00, 000) but with different endings (S, L,
T) are basically the same size opening, just different brands, same metals.
Different manufactures use their own abbreviations.
'L' means it is a very little opening
'T' means it is a very tiny
'S' means it is a very small opening; similar to the regular tip number.
#0, #0L, #T-0, #T-01, #000, #000L, #T-000, #T-03 will not fit on couplers,
just drop them inside a parchment bag.
We will send which ever brand we have unless you otherwise specify in the
'comments' box at the end of your order.

www.sugarcraft.com


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Would anyone know where to buy super-fine cake decorating tips in NYC?

I'm looking specifically for sizes 0 and 00. (Broadway Panhandlers
only had size 1).


If you can't find them locally, Sugarcraft has them available online. This
is from their site:

All tips with the same Number (0, 00, 000) but with different endings (S, L,
T) are basically the same size opening, just different brands, same metals.
Different manufactures use their own abbreviations.
'L' means it is a very little opening
'T' means it is a very tiny
'S' means it is a very small opening; similar to the regular tip number.
#0, #0L, #T-0, #T-01, #000, #000L, #T-000, #T-03 will not fit on couplers,
just drop them inside a parchment bag.
We will send which ever brand we have unless you otherwise specify in the
'comments' box at the end of your order.

www.sugarcraft.com




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