International School of Sugarcraft Book 3 New Skills & Techniques - Nicholas Lodge New s/c book
The INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL of SUGARCRAFT
Book Three: New Skills and Techniques
by MARGARET FORD and NICHOLAS LODGE
with June Twelves, Marion Frost, Earlene Moore, Toshie Harashima and Steven Stellingwerf
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New softcover book with superb full-colour photos and step-by-step instructions throughout. 200 pages, published 2009
The International School of Sugarcraft Book 3: New Skills and Techniques provides an update in the latest sugarcraft techniques, equipment and products. Chapters include using moulds and cutters, creating fabric effects, modelling, needlework in sugar and sugar flowers. There are both traditional and contemporary sugarcraft designs for all manner of celebrations. This is an informative and inspirational guide, an essential companion for all cake decorators.
- Latest sugarcraft techniques, equipment and products
- Written by leading experts - Margaret Ford in the UK, Nicholas Lodge in the US, plus five popular sugarcrafters from around the world
- Chapters include using moulds and cutters, creating fabric effects, modelling, needlework in sugar and sugar flowers
- Includes traditional and contemporary celebration and wedding cakes
- Impressive ideas, techniques and designs to appeal to anyone who enjoys sugarcraft and cake decorating
This book is an Australian publication. All measurements are in metric, imperial and metric cup & spoon
Book 1: Beginners and Book 2: Advanced are also available - click here for more information
About the Author
Margaret Ford first discovered her interest in cake decorating at catering college in Aberdeen. She subsequently expanded her skills alongside a master baker, and about 10 years ago began designing original and innovative equipment. She has travelled extensively in the UK and overseas, demonstrating her skills.
Nicholas Lodge was born in Essex, near London, England, and became interested in cookery and cake decorating at an early age. Nicholas can remember designing his first cake at the early age of ten for his parents wedding anniversary. On leaving school, Nicholas worked in a bakery as a cake decorator to gain practical experience and commercial speed in decorating. He was then offered a position at The National Bakery School of England, located in London where he completed a two year course in cake decorating and design. After gaining distinctions in all his assignments and examinations, he received the award for the most outstanding cake decorating student.
Nicholas was commissioned to do one of the official wedding cakes for wedding of Lady Diana and Prince Charles. This Royal wedding cake was also reproduced by Nicholas in Japan for the official visit of the Prince and Princes of Wales. He was also commissioned to create a cake for the Queen Mother's 80th birthday and the Christening cake for Prince Harry.
Today Nicholas is one of the top instructors in the current generation of sugarcraft artists. He is the author of over a dozen books and he teaches and demonstrates his unique skills around the world.
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The International School of Sugarcraft Book Three: New Skills and Techniques - Margaret Ford and Nicholas Lodge with June Twelve, Marion Frost, Earlene Moore, Toshie Harashima and Steven Stellingwerf
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