Wilton Fondant 20-Inch Rolling Pin Guide Rings
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- Eliminate the guesswork when you roll out fondant
- Slip these easy to use guide rings onto the ends of your 20 in rolling pin to achieve the perfect thickness every time
- Includes 1/16-inch blue for flower petals and leaves or cookie cutter
- 3/16-inch gold for letters numbers and applique shapes 1/8 in orange for shapes cut with Wilton Cut Outs
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There are two observations I would like to make:
1. It is very easy to lose one of the rings. Even if you always store them on the rolling pin after use, during the rush and general mess of the work process, it is very easy to misplace one and accidentally throw it away. You have to be careful and consistent of where you put them when you take them off. At least these rings--unlike the ones for the small roller--can be replaced without needing to buy a new roller.
2. If you are going to be working with gum paste often, it is better to purchase an inexpensive hand-cranked pasta machine and use that instead of the rolling pin. All you're going to do is roll out sheets of gum paste, you don't need fancy attachments for different types of pasta. You pick your thickness and, as you pass the gum paste through, it is also making it more malleable and helping to blend the color. This is the way to go if you have a big project and are going to be making many flowers or working with many different colors. The roller still has its uses for small and quick projects or small amounts of gum paste (or for taking to a class) but a pasta machine makes life so much simpler and controls the thickness much better.
Regarding the pasta machine: be sure to use one reserved for food. I had one that I had used with polymer clay and found out that any tool that has been used with polymer clay cannot be used with edible products. It's a shame because many of my polymer clay tools and cutters would have come in handy with gum paste and fondant.
It's almost impossible to get Fondant evenly rolled out without these!
They're a life-saver!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are great; I also use them for cookie dough so that I can get even thickness on my cookies. this helps them to bake and brown evenly. Read morePublished 2 months ago by yogideb
I'm sure this would work great for fondant but I was hoping to use it for cookies which obviously didn't work because they would be to thin.Published 3 months ago by JFlo92
Bought these as replacements, works just as good as the original guides that came with my rolling pinPublished 14 months ago by RedFamily2251