Starting on the edge closest to you, start rolling the dough, and keep going until you get to the end. Adjust the rolled dough so that the seam is on the bottom.
Now for the fun part. Get some sewing thread (some people use dental floss) and make sure it is plenty long. Eighteen inches will give you enough to comfortably work with.
If you’d like to pre-measure your rolls, just lightly score the top of the dough with a knife where you want to cut. You should be able to get 12 rolls from this recipe. Now slip the thread under the end of the rolled dough.
Using both hands, bring the string to the top of the dough and cross the string.
Now pull on both sides of the string until it cuts completely through the rolled dough.
Continue until all the rolls are cut. Put them into a greased 9×13 pan, cover with a towel, and put in a warm place to rise for about a half an hour, or until rolls have visibly increased in size. I happen to have a dishwasher that heats up the counter above it, so that was the perfect place for me to put my rolls. This is what they looked like before rising: