Look at this bright tip from reader Donna (also the baker behind that Apple Cranberry Galette). Donna lives on a boat and therefore has a very limited set of baking equipment. But that doesn't keep her from rolling out pies! Donna's tip? Use a chilled wine bottle. This is rather brilliant on more than one level. Yes, it means you don't need to own a rolling pin (saving a little space in your cupboards), but it's also good for the pie dough. You want to keep traditional pie dough as cold as possible all through the rolling-out and shaping process, so a chilled bottle of wine is a very good idea.
We would just suggest wiping down the bottle to remove any condensation; you don't want to add extra moisture to your dough.