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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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.
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.
Both the cloth and pin cover are of great quality, and the cloth is well hemmed. I used it for my Christmas cookies as soon as I got it, and they both worked great!
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The cloth works great. I use mine to help when I am sifting milled flour as well as forming my larger loaves. I haven't used the rolling pin cover.Published 20 days ago by James Sadler
A pastry cloth was used by my Grandmother years ago. Absolutely a must to keep pie crust from getting to much flour because of sticking to a counter top. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Good expectation
Fast shipping. I have purchased from this company before. Pastry cloth and rolling pin covers are essential to my recipe for flakey pie crust, because its a wetter stickier crust... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karyl Parks
Just learning but works like a charm
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A simple yet indispensable kitchen aid. Makes rolling of pastry, biscuits, croissant clean and simple. No sticking, no waste.Published 1 month ago by AudRo
Great product to keep the flour mess confined and dough from sticking to the counter or rolling pin.Published 1 month ago by Dead British Authors
Bought this to make Italian Cream Wafers and it gets the job done. It's best to use painter's tape and attach it to the counter so that it doesn't slide around while rolling on... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Heather