Fabric Fondant Wedding Cake Tutorial

Fabric Fondant 21st birthday cake!

I posted  a few days ago Sydney will be turning 21, and I am creating a few different cakes for her to choose from for her party. This is the first cake for her to view. This cake is a billow weave, Susan Trianos has a wonderful video explaining how she creates a wonderful tufted billow weave cake. The first time I saw the billow weave I thought of Sydney, between her love of fashion and fondant cakes, I knew she would adore the fabric fondant cake.

Generally, Sydney and I will construct a cake together via FaceTime, it is fun to create the same cake in two time zones; however I didn’t want her to see the cake until it was finished. She saw the cake for the first time when she proof read the last post Fabric Sugar Paste Rose. As I suspected she was delighted with the fabric look.

Fabric Billow Weave:

Fabric Fondant Wedding Cake Tutorial

I loved creating this cake!


  • Square cutter 2-1/2×2-1/2
  • Plastic mat
  • Scroll mold, MYOM
  • Button mold, MYOM
  • Straight pins
  • Ruler
  • Scriber
  • Paint brush
  • Small fondant rolling pin
  • Airbrush, optional
  • Pasta machine
  • 6×4-inch crumb coated cake or 6×4 cake dummy
  • 8×4-inch cake or cake dummy
  • Plastic cups, 6
  • 6 hollow dowels or lollypop sticks
  • Flat brush
  • Artist #4 round brush
  • Susan Trianos DVD


  • Fabric Fondant Rose, leaves and calyx, created at least one day prior
  • 880 grams Wedding WhiteFondant, Fondarific
  • 125 grams Gumpaste/Sugar paste
  • Airbrush colours, pearl white and pearl pink
  • Food paste, fade-proof pink, Americolor
  • Artist paint brush, stiff & round
  • Bowl of water
  • Cornstarch
  • Edible glue
  • Royal icing

Prepare your mise en place.

Fabric Fondant Wedding Cake Tutorial

Mise en place

Please visit Pretty Pink Tufted Billow Weave for a full step by step tutorial

Fabric Fondant Wedding Cake Tutorial

Pink is Sydney’s signature colour!


Fabric Fondant Wedding Cake Tutorial


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