I have the ones from King Arthur. They work pretty well, though not perfectly because they compress if you use a fair amount of pressure on the pin. But they generally produce a more evenly rolled dough than not using anything. Just wish there was a 3/16 size, as the 1/4” is often a little thick and the 1/8 is too thin. If I had to re-stock my kitchen from scratch, I would buy them, or something like them, again.
Julie, I think I saw some rings, not by King Arthur, that are 3/16. I’m sure some store would be happy to sell you just that size!
Flour Girl, do you use the King Arthur ones?
I’m looking for something from amazon so that i could purchase it online. Not alot of people are experinced with them in here [Israel] ..
Yes! The Wilton one is the one I saw. Does it matter that it’s for fondant? Does that make it worse for pastry, or cookie-dough, rolling?
Because there is a one rolling pin which is like 20 inches longs which would be very handy, I think. By Wilton.