"When Josh and I got married, I didn't have a rolling pin. I didn't know that I needed one until I tried to make cookies. I went to the store to buy one, and they all were a long tube with a hole in the middle where the handles fit. It was kind of gross, because what if the cookie dough gets in there? You can't get it out. So I told Josh I really want a rolling pin that's just one piece, and he looked around at different antique stores and he finally found the one that I still use today. I know if I take good care of it, it'll be around until my kids need it one day." — Emily Nowell
Today, our Traditional Rolling Pins are modeled after Emily's classic design and cooking needs, and we're dang proud of them. Be sure to bake something sweet and care for it well with these care instructions.