Weekend Project Most Rolling Pins Hang Out In A Drawer Until It S Time To Whip Up A Batch Of Pastry But This Eye Catching Beauty Is Meant To Be Seen Even When It S Not Rolling Out Dough For Tasty Treats This Project Includes A Versatile Stand That Lets You Choose Between Displaying Your Handiwork On The Countertop And Hanging It From The Wall
Weekend project most rolling pins hang out in a drawer until it s time to whip up a batch of pastry but this eye catching beauty is meant to be seen even when it s not rolling out dough for tasty treats this project includes a versatile stand that lets you choose between displaying your handiwork on the countertop and hanging it from the wall is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by benjamin with ID 1449171859 was uploaded on 13-02-2019 and has been viewed 43,310 times.
Artisan Rolling Pin Photos by Mark Spowart; Illustration by Len Churchill Your first task is to do some research on the web to determine if the materials you have in mind for the project are safe for direct contact with food.
This is an important consideration because some species of wood contain natural toxins that can be harmful for human consumption and species with an open-grain structure (like red oak) can result in food particles becoming trapped in the pores, where they will eventually rot and decay.
Even the dark walnut I selected as the contrast wood for my project may not be an appropriate choice for you if someone in your family has a severe sensitivity to walnuts.Once you have made your final lumber decisions, get to work gluing up alternating layers of contrasting material to create the turning blank for the main cylinder.
Each layer should be roughly 1" thick and measure at least 3" wide x 15" long.Make sure the adhesive you use is water-resistant to prevent the possibility of delamination when the rolling pin is submersed for cleaning.
I went with Titebond Polyurethane glue for my project because it has a long working time and creates...