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  • Where can I buy a pasta roller?

    I know crafty arts do them but they seem to be out of stock, and ebay have them but they all seem to be from the US and the postage is expensive... can anybody suggest another supplier?

  • #2
    When you say pasta roller, do you mean the machine with a handle which you then fed the past through? If so they have one in Amazon for £19.99.

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    • #3
      i have a spare one if you want it , a pasta roller as caroleecrafts has desribed if you want it just let me know xxx i dont want anything for it . so you would just need to cover pp
      mothere of pearl xxx

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      • #4
        Originally posted by motherofpearl View Post
        i have a spare one if you want it , a pasta roller as caroleecrafts has desribed if you want it just let me know xxx i dont want anything for it . so you would just need to cover pp
        mothere of pearl xxx
        That would be brilliant, thank you so much! I've PMed you x

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        • #5
          Cool - how nice to see forum members helping each other out. I always advise people to ask around first as so many people do have pasta machines sitting in their kitchen cupboards unused.

          Loads of places sell them too, quite cheaply these days as well (when I started out claying, pasta machines cost around 80 quid!)

          Some of the clay manufacturers also make their own, but these do all seem rather over-priced to my mind. I have always used any old machine I could find cheaply at a boot fair or on ebay.
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          • #6
            I managed to get one from one of the girls at work who didn't use it any more. It cost me two of my bracelets!
            Bargain!
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            • #7
              I bought mine second hand from Ebay, the time saved using this was wonderful and a bargain to boot.
              The only thing is to clean it religiously and keep it dry otherwise it will rust or leave traces of used clay on the rollers. This then leads to horrible streak marks on your clay when you come to use it again.
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              • #8
                My hubby brought one home for me as a surprise present today as it was reduced to £6 in the sale in Sainsbury's- he said it was the last one there but might be more in other branches- link deleted as I'm under 25 posts

                So I don't need yours any more mother of pearl (although thank you again for your kindness)- I'm sure you'll find another forum member here happy to take it off your hands though!

                Thanks for the tip clayqueen- nothing worse than clay being contaminated with other colours!

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