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Rosanna Pansino Cozy Knit Hat Cake

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Item# WLPROJ-9368

Rosanna Pansino Cozy Knit Hat Cake

Item No. WLPROJ-9368
Skill Level
Intermediate

While you can't wear this fun hat, it can certainly help warm your heart! Made using Rosanna Pansino's Princess Cake Pan, this Cozy Knit Hat Cake is decorated with a variety of piping techniques, making this a great dessert for anyone looking to practice their skills. Zig-zags, shells, lines and more combine to create a design that looks like a knit pattern, then the whole thing is topped off with a fun edible pom-pom! A fun cake to make for any winter celebration, this Cozy Knit Hat Cake is one friends and family are sure to love.

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