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    Rolling pin

    This may not be a shop tool but it sure is a kitchen tool. Made this out of a red elm tree that had fell over in the timber close to my home.
    The handles are made out of oak chair spindles sanded down and drilled to accept a 5/16 bolt which then threads into the ends of the rolling pin. I try to keep this away from the wife anytime she gets a little annoyed at me which does not happen too often. I used a food safe oil on the wood. Rolling pin-rolling-pin-pup-005.jpgRolling pin-rolling-pin-pup-006.jpgRolling pin-rolling-pin-pup-007.jpg
    Last edited by frugalolegeezer; 05-09-2017 at 09:09 PM. Reason: added a little more detail on the build

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    Yes, that's 100% a tool. You might like this post too: Collection of custom wooden rolling pins

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    Thanks frugalolegeezer! We've added your Rolling Pin to our Culinary category,
    as well as to your builder page: frugalolegeezer's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    Hmmm. I'm thinking a layer of food safe oil isn't much protection against an annoyed woman!

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    I know what ya mean Papa Smurf but lucky I can still out run her if she doesn't get me cornered.


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