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Rolling Pin Rings, 4 Pairs

Roll your dough to the perfect thickness every time. Rings slide on to your pin to keep it evenly spaced above the rolling surface. Great for pie crust, puff pastry, biscuits and cookie dough. Includes four pairs of ring sizes: 1/16", 1/8"...Read More

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Roll your dough to the perfect thickness every time. Rings slide on to your pin to keep it evenly spaced above the rolling surface. Great for pie crust, puff pastry, biscuits and cookie dough. Includes four pairs of ring sizes: 1/16", 1/8", ¼" and 3/8" thick. Fits rolling pins up to 4" in diameter.

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  • Manufacturer: Regency
  • Includes: 4 pairs of rings
  • Care: Hand wash
  • Dimensions: 1/16"; 1/8"; ¼"; 3/8" thick
  • Model: #rw1275

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  • Manufacturer: Regency
  • Dimensions: 1/16"; 1/8"; ¼"; 3/8" thick
  • Model: #rw1275

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  • Hand wash

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  • 4 pairs of rings
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Rolling Pin Rings, 4 Pairs
Oh yes perfect thickness of pastry every time. Just keep the rings at the ends of the pin as it is very easy to roll one over the crust.
March 23, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Rolling pin rings work well
These rings work well and are easy to use. I store them in a ziplock bag on which I've written which size corresponds to which color, so it's easy to keep them clean and know which ones I need.
May 9, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Good quality but measurements are off
Rings are good silicone, so they stay in place and seem like they'll last for years. But they're not the thicknesses posted -- they're 1/20", 1/10", 2/10", and 3/10". And the 3/10" flops on its side if you stretch it much, so its usefulness is limited to pins 1-7/8" diameter or less.
December 9, 2015
Love these
I have used these for the past 7 yrs. I have trouble judging the thickness of rolled out dough and these solved that problem for me. I have recommended these to friends and they love them. How did I get along before without these.
August 14, 2011
 

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Why did you choose this?
Sur La Table Store
Heard good things about them and it takes the guess work out of measuring.
Tammara I on Apr 30, 2019
I have them for my fondant rolling pin, but have never seen them for larger roling pins
Michelle W on Apr 22, 2019
Heard good things about them and it takes the guess work out of measuring.
Tammara I on Apr 30, 2019
Reviews and free shipping and coupon
DEBRA A on Apr 26, 2019
I have them for my fondant rolling pin, but have never seen them for larger roling pins
Michelle W on Apr 22, 2019
I bought them for cookies, 1/4in is hard to guess these should help
Gary R on Mar 3, 2019
I choose this item because I do a lot of baking and use different thickness for bread dough
Theressia W on Feb 25, 2019
Believe it will provide accurate thickness for dough
Minnie B L on Feb 8, 2019
Yes. This item was very difficult to find in local stores. Needed to make cookies.
Marsha M on Feb 3, 2019
Maybe useful with my rolling pin
Catherine W on Jan 21, 2019
caught my eye....wanted to try it
Linda B on Jan 17, 2019
It's hard to roll out precise thickness, I've been looking for something like this to roll out pie crust and cookie dough.
Cheryl B on Jan 6, 2019
I bought these because I have no sense of how thick the dough is that I'm rolling out. I need more practice, and these might help me get better and make better dough.
carol p on Dec 31, 2018
future use
Kelly J on Dec 28, 2018
I have seen them used and wanted to try them.
nancy m on Dec 28, 2018
Needed 3/8 " size for cookies
Cyndi B on Dec 25, 2018
I need a way to make sure my Christmas cookies are not too thick.
Roberta W on Dec 20, 2018
It's been years since I baked roll-out cookies--and I need to roll out a very thin dough. I think these will help.
Ann B on Nov 25, 2018
to keep even depth to cookie dough
Nancy D on Nov 19, 2018
Looks handy to avoid dough that is too thick or too thin.
Jennifer F on Nov 18, 2018
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Charlene M on Nov 12, 2018
I am becoming more interested in make French pastries.
Paul S on Sep 15, 2018
Hubby loves to make Christmas sugar cookies BUT, he isn't the most precise person at rolling out an even dough.
Janet w on Sep 4, 2018
Easy guide to use.
Jennifer A on Jul 30, 2018
hoping for consistent linzer tart layers. too thin cookies burn to a crisp 30 seconds before other cookies are finished. consistency seems to be key.
judith h on Jan 19, 2018
Convenient way to ensure dough is uniform thickness.
Adrian B on Jan 2, 2018
the only kind of dough spacer you carried
Keith S on Dec 17, 2017
gift
Denise D on Dec 13, 2017
Neat idea i would like to try.
Milena S on Dec 12, 2017
My daughter is a baker. I thought this would make the creative process easier until she perfected her technique
kim s on Dec 11, 2017
I make sugar cookies that I want all at the same thickness
Jessica S on Dec 10, 2017
for measuring crusts....thickness is important for some of my recipes
Cindy S on Nov 13, 2017
ROLLING PIES & COOKIES
Frederick M on Nov 11, 2017
This is a gift, and the recipient loves this addition to assist in her baking
JENNIFER M on Nov 10, 2017
I wanted to have a better way to roll out dough to the desired consistency.
Robin Y on Sep 30, 2017
These work great and I'm using them for gifts
Ruth N on May 17, 2017
the rings I got so that my dough is consistant
Shannon W on Apr 24, 2017
Because my wife wanted it
ranchdog on Apr 17, 2017
I have less than exemplary rolling pin skills.
CAROL B on Feb 19, 2017
Horrible at eyeing thickness
Dena F on Feb 6, 2017
I own a set and love them for sugar cookies especially.
Mary B on Dec 15, 2016
Good holiday gift item for a family member.
Zachary K on Dec 14, 2016
my mom wants to perfect rolling dough in her retirement
Katy R on Dec 12, 2016
this item was requested by a relative.
joan s on Dec 10, 2016
A great stocking stuffer
Lisa S on Nov 29, 2016
This was the only place that I could find to buy rings large enough for a 31/2 inch rolling pin.
robert z on Oct 23, 2016
To monitor thickness of dough as I roll it out.
Holly D on Sep 6, 2016
I love to bake cookies and this a perfect way to roll out dough
Friedrich H on Jan 30, 2016
cool kitchen gadget!
Lilly J on Dec 31, 2015
This is a back up set. My cookies are always the right thickness. No guessing. I don't think I could bake without them
Sharon H on Nov 26, 2015
I hope it will help me make better pie crusts!
Debra L on Nov 8, 2015
To help me keep the Dow even
Marilu I on Jun 20, 2015
Reviews and free shipping and coupon
DEBRA A on Apr 26, 2019
I bought them for cookies, 1/4in is hard to guess these should help
Gary R on Mar 3, 2019
What is the inside diameter of the rings? In other words, what is the size of the smallest pin the rings will fit without being too loose
A shopper on Jul 5, 2012
BEST ANSWER: These rings fit rolling pins up to 4" in diameter:
The Yellow Rings are 1/8" thick and have an inside diameter of 1 1/2"
The Red Rings are 1/16" thick and have an inside diameter of 1 3/4"
The Green Rings are 1/4"" thick and have an inside diameter or 1 3/4"
The Blue Rings are 3/8" thick and have an inside diameter of 2"
Could any baking expert say which color (thickness) ring to use for which baked goodie?
A shopper on Sep 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The rings are not marked with the thickness so I kept the tag. They all are good for cookies. Different thickness makes for either crisp or plump cookies. Pie dough I use the 1/4". Here is the list, Blue is 3/8", Green is 1/4", Yellow is 1/8", Red is 1/16". Red is good to start puff pastry dough. Start with red and fold dough, roll out again with yellow, fold again and roll with green and fold 4 more times with green. I have used the blue one for pizza dough.
will these fit my 1 7/8" silicone long rolling pin?
A shopper on Aug 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Red rings are about 1-5/8" inner diameter, less than 1/16" thick, and 1/4" wide.
Yellow rings are about 1-5/8" inner diameter, 1/10" thick, and 1/4" wide.
Green rings are about 1-9/16" inner diameter, 2/10" thick, and 1/4" wide.
Blue rings are 1-7/8" inner diameter, 3/10" thick, and 1/4" wide.
Red, yellow, and green stretch to fit larger rolling pins but would become slightly thinner if you do so.
If you stretch the blue rings very much they flop on their sides (the rings are deeper than they are wide). I ended up using a smaller rolling pin so the rings were loose but still did the job (as long as they didn't slip off and roll onto the floor). Next time I'll go to the hardware store to get wood strips that are the thickness I need for checkerboard cookies.
Will it fit a French Rolling Pin?
Romina on Jan 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, but they don't fit on the end of it. The fit more on the fat part of the rolling pin.
What rolling pins will th evendough bands fit?
A shopper on Dec 9, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Fits rolling pins up to 4" in diameter.
I have a 2 3/4"" diameter rolling pin. Will these fit in without getting ""thinned out"" or malformed
ChtVA on Jul 9, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes. You would just want to make sure to use one of the smaller ones so it's a tight fit.
Would using these bands work with a very large pie crust?

If the pie crust is larger than the rolling pin I use now, I usually roll it in all directions until it reaches the desired size. Would using the bands still work? Or would they leave marks in the dough? Could they possibly cut into the dough
A shopper on Dec 9, 2011
BEST ANSWER: Roll your dough to the perfect thickness every time. Rings slide on to your pin to keep it evenly spaced above the rolling surface. Great for pie crust, puff pastry, biscuits and cookie dough. Includes four pairs of ring sizes: 1/16"", 1/8"", _"" and 3/8"" thick. Fits rolling pins up to 4"" in diameter.These could possible mark the dough or even cut into it if you press hard enough. It is best to roll out in all directions to get as close as possible and then use the rings to make the final roll in one direction only to ensure proper thickness
 

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