IMPORTANT: “Holds its shape” means the dough may still slump or spread slightly when placed on the counter, but isn’t runny. This is important because once the dough can sit in a shaggy lump, only relaxing slightly, you can stop adding flour and switch to oil for handling the dough through the folding process. Through the folding and resting process, the dough will continue to hydrate and stabilize.
More notes: Rolls can be frozen once completely cooled and iced. Defrost, then cover with foil and gently warm in the oven at 350°F for 15 minutes. Otherwise, leave uncovered and warm individual rolls a microwave for 20 seconds.