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  1. Bunch of rolling pins

    I am going to visit family some 2000 miles away this summer. I will be bringing them these (and many more) rolling pins because they will handle travel well and they don't take a lot of space. I started with maple blanks and but them at angles to glue in other woods and veneers at angles before...
  2. Antique Rolling Pin

    I was looking for a church fundraiser silent auction item and came across a rolling pin like this one. Had never seen one like this before. I lathed it up using some spare 2" solid cherry. Buffed and finished with food grade mineral oil. Now to decide what to craft with the other blank!
  3. French Rolling Pin

    French rolling pin made from walnut and ambrosia maple. This rolling pin is 22" long and 1 3/4 inch diameter.
  4. Roll 'em, Roll 'em, Roll 'em ...

    After seeing fellow jock, lew's beautiful Celtic knot rolling pins I knew I had to make some of these and they moved to the top of my Christmas list. Here is a link to lew's blog about how to make these, which I followed pretty closely. Seems I have a lot of women on my list and this was great...
  5. Four Mesquite French Rolling Pins

    These were ordered by a lady in the park. They are all 19" long and made of mesquite, One had a little sap wood remaining before it cleaned up and one had a knot hole through it that is filled with turquoise. The are finished with Danish Oil and buffed and waxed. Cheers, Jim
  6. dough board and french rolling pin

    well the holidays are coming fast and SWMBO requested a dough rolling board,so whats a woodworker to do but get to work and make one.so as a kind jesture i decided to throw in a rolling pin,why not.so here are the stats you guys love.board size is 28"x 20" x 3/4" birch consisting of 3 pc's...
  7. Maple Burl Rolling Pin

    Recently I was graciously given a maple burl slab by a fellow LJ friend. Here is the result of my first working with of the slab. I think this rolling pin turned out fairly nicely, probably my favorite of the seventeen I have made. I did discover, however, that lathe chisels don't really like...
  8. Celtic Knot French-style Rolling Pin....again

    Celtic Knot French-style Rolling Pin. I have lost track, but I think this is number 8 in the series. I brought back some wood from out last trip to Kauai, and one piece of Koa was long and narrow…...I used part of it to make the little outrigger canoe, and then I got a comission to make another...
  9. Rolling pin variation for OCD Baker

    I'm a new turner so these aren't examples of great work but a variation on form. Useful for Christmas sugar cookies. My wife bakes and has several types of cookies that she likes to roll to a uniform 1/4". And pie crusts slightly thinner. These rolling pens are elevated on the edges to give...
  10. Good things rolling my way

    French-style rolling pins and display stand. The top one is maple with a Celtic knot made with strips of cherry, the next is a segmented maple and cherry twist, and the bottom four are solid maple with interesting grain patterns. The curly maple is almost iridescent. It's just a shame I'm trying...
  11. My first rolling pins!

    Gifts for upcoming birthdays. I saw some of these online and wanted to try them. It was also an excuse to get more experience on the lathe. These are made of maple, cherry, and walnut. They are 1.75" diameter in the middle, with a 4" taper at the ends to 1.25" on the ends. This leaves a 12"...
  12. French Rolling Pin

    The baker on my Christmas list is getting a French rolling pin. Hard maple, 18" in length, 1-3/4" in diameter in the middle tapering down to 1-3/8" on the ends. Finish is Tried & True Original.
  13. Rolling Pin - Striped

    Still trying to perfect the rolling pin. This is a gift for my daughter who is a zookeeper taking care of ring tailed lemurs at the zoo in DC. I was working on the black and white theme, and trying to get the stripes he same width, and getting the final pin to the dimensions I was looking for I...
  14. Celtic Knot Rolling Pin

    Celtic Knot French Style Rolling Pin: I have made a few of these and not always with great success. This pin "turned" out pretty well, inspite of working in my unheated Minnesota garage/shop. This one is made of African Teak and Maple finished with food grade mineral oil. It is 19 inches long...
  15. Hickory Rolling Pins

    Mother-In-Law's rolling pins to match her hickory kitchen. They both were mad from scraps. The small one was intended as a joke.
  16. Splated Maple Rolling Pin

    Found a nice chunk of maple at the local plywood store. Really enjoyed this project and always wanted my own hand made rolling pin. Finished with cutting board oil and then tung oil.
  17. Rolling Pin for Cookie Dough

    Once the wife unit had seen the rolling pin by lew, I was off to build one. (Thanks for the how-to blog series, lew.) She wanted it straight all the way across with no taper for rolling out dough for cookie cutters. She also wants to be able to use her set of special thick rubber band thingies...
  18. French style rolling pins

    My daughter needed a french style rolling pin for her Pastry Arts course in college. Then a friend of her's wanted one too. So I made a dozen. They are made from cherry, maple, purple heart, and oak. Each one has at least two pieces of wood in them except the smallest one - that is just one...
  19. Rolled up Cutting board = Rolling Pin

    Last september I purchased a WhoKnows made lathe . At that time I still was using a casual dinning room as shop. Not all family members were convinced of my shop location, hardly only myself. To brake the ice among us I decided to turn a cool rolling pin. Just to give peace a chance, at least...
  20. French Rolling Pins

    I took an afternoon to make three French Rolling Pins in Cherry for Christmas gifts. My list is shrinking! Still more to go. These are 15" to 16" long, the limit of my short-bed bowl lathe, darn it. Isn't it the truth, that you think you'll never want another option than the great new machine...
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