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Regency Pastry Cloth and Rolling Pin Cover Set

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  • Made of 100% cotton
  • Extra large, heavy weight cloth
  • Sewn edges prevent fraying
  • Flour goes into cloth and not into dough
  • Rolling pin cover eliminates the need to wash pin, which may cause warping
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000I1YFHK
  • Item model number: RW1050
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,041 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Regency Pastry Cloth & Rolling Pin cover set is made of 100% cotton. Extra large cloth makes it easier to anchor while leaving more rolling space. The edges are sewn to prevent fraying. To create a non-stick surface for rolling dough, rub flour vigorously into the cloth and rolling pin cover. Flour stays in the cloth and does not go into the dough, allowing for light, flakey baked goods.

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Ingredients
Made of 100% cotton.

Directions
Use & Care Before using. rub flour generously into cloth and rolling pin cover. Rub in well. After using, shake out well. Fold and store in refrigerator. To clean: Scrape off excess flour. Soak cloth in warm water for several hours. Scrub with a small brush if needed. Rinse well.


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Customer Reviews

I love these pastry clothes and rollin pin covers.
MHRI12
If well floured, nothing sticks to it, and it has been through my washing machine without troubles.
K. Orloski
Now I make my grandsons pie crust cookies almost every weekend..
Linda C. Hanley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

54 of 55 people found the following review helpful By happytobeme on July 8, 2009
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I have had one of these for last 20 years. It very convenient. You can leave the flour on it, fold it up and put it in your freezer till the next time you use it. You just take it out put some flour on it and its cool so your pastry stay firm and not stick to it.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By R. Giordano on August 9, 2009
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I needed a pastry cloth and rolling pin cover to make my great-grandmother's cookies. Little did I realize I'd be using this set every time I pull out my rolling pin.

I am a seasoned cook (pardon the pun), but never used a rolling pin cover or pastry cloth before. I can't believe I've been baking all these years without it! It makes rolling things out soooo easy. I'm going to get two, just to keep them handy.

The pastry cloth is quite large - I was able to roll out a pizza crust on the cloth with room to spare.

The rolling pin cover should fit nearly all rolling pins. I found it to be a wee bit longer than my (great-grandmother's) rolling pin, so I just trimmed it a little.

Get this product. It's inexpensive, works great, and as if that's not good enough, it's made in the USA.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Laney B on January 25, 2009
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I've used a pastry cloth and rolling pin cover for years until I finally wore mine out and needed a new one. There is nothing like cloth to help pastry roll out thin easily. This set is well-made and worked great the first time I used it. The cloth remained very stiff after washing, though, and I had to iron it to get the wrinkles out. (Can't roll pastry on wrinkles.) It may take several washings to get the stiffness out.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By cr0ak on January 6, 2011
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Sorry, but I totally disagree with all of the 5-star reviews on this piece of worthless krap. I'm probably just prejudiced because I'm used to a much higher quality pastry cloth (that's no longer available). For 34 years I've had an Aunt Chick's pastry cloth. It's exceptionally heavy, large (20" x 26"), and actually hemmed (none of these serged edges that are so common today).

I could have gone down to my local fabric store and bought the same light-weight canvas that this Regency cloth is made of. It's nothing exceptional - and that's what I *thought* I was buying based on all of the 5-star reviews...something exceptional.

At the same time that I purchased this cloth, I also purchased another R & M Heavyweight Pastry Cloth and Rolling Pin Cover Set (http://www.amazon.com/Heavyweight-Pastry-Cloth-Rolling-Cover/dp/B001TM9YTQ/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=home-garden&qid=1294335365&sr=8-2) and the difference between them is instantly obvious. Although the R & M cloth still doesn't measure up to my old Aunt Chick's cloth, it's a much better quality than the Regency. It's more tightly-woven and the threads are finer (ergo, less chance of your dough sticking to the cloth if properly floured).

Also, although it says that this cloth is 20 x 24, it's only 19.5" x 23.5" (whereas the R & M one actually IS 20 x 24). That may not be of any significance for others, but for me it makes quite a difference as there's less space to work on. I wanted to "blame" this on the Regency possibly being made in China. Alas! It's made in the U.S.A. (Dallas?!)

It's going back to Amazon today.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Linda C. Hanley on February 22, 2008
I have looked for this product for quite sometime. I love it... My family loves homemade everything including pot pies, chicken and dumplings and especially fruit pies. I hated making them before I found this. Now I make my grandsons pie crust cookies almost every weekend.. They love it!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By D. Christensen on January 23, 2010
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My mother made perfect pie crusts--she always used a pastry cloth and rolling pin sleeve--for years I tried to duplicate her crust but failed miserably each time. Even store bought crusts would stick to my rolling pin, if I tried using puff pastry I ended up with sticky messes that went right into the garbage. After all these years I finally put 2 and 2 together and realized it was the pastry cloth and rolling pin sleeve that helped make my mother's crusts so wonderful. I have used it twice and each time I rolled out perfect puff pastry sheets and shells--no sticking, no mess. The sky is the limit for me now. Thanks Mom!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By bkis on December 3, 2009
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I'm from a family of cooks not bakers so I've never even heard of a pastry cloth! But I love kitchen gadgets and came across this product while just browsing. I decided to give it a try and now I can't imagine how to do without it. Making a really wet& sticky dough for Popeye's biscuit use to take me forever. Now I've cut down my prep. time 75% and my frustration level down 100%. The biscuit were also bigger using the pastry cloth because I didn't lose any dough that use to stick to my work surfaces.

Used it to roll a pumpkin cake log. Some of the cake stuck to the cloth because I didn't put enough powdered sugar on it (on purpose), and I let it cool off rolled up in the pastry cloth before I made my filling. I stuck the cloth in warm water and it was really easy to rinse out and clean. I really didn't even soak it first. The only problem was I still had to scrub off some cloth fuzz balls, but it really was easy to do. I'm assuming that it had fuzz balls because it was the first time I cleaned it.

The cloth is so big that I folded the cloth in half and floured one side to make the biscuits. Then I folded the cloth in the opposite direction and sprinkled powdered sugar on it for the pumpkin roll. The cloth fold in half was still big enough and sturdy enough that I could just cover my 10" x 15" jellyroll pan and easily flip the cake over.

I like that it's made in the USA. The pastry cloth (20" x 24") is made out of a canvas-like material & has sewn edges. I haven't used the rolling pin cover yet, but it seems to be made out of a stretchy kind of knit. The knit reminds me of the material used by my hospital to make a hat for my newborn babies 19+ years ago.
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