Gather your ingredients. You'll notice I'm using a drying rack and an Atlas pasta roller. See notes if you don't have either of these.
Put your flour into a large bowl, make a crater, and add the eggs.
Use a fork to mix the flour into the egg.
After you've got an far as you can with the fork, knead the dough with your hands until it is smooth and elastic. If you need to add water, now is the time to do it, but do so sparingly. After kneaded into a ball, wrap in plastic to keep it from drying out.
Sprinkle a little flour into the opening in your pasta roller. Have it on its widest setting and take a small chunk of dough and feed it in.
You'll notice the first sheet through is a bit rough.
Fold it in half and put it back in. Do this until the sheet is coming out smooth and even.
Continue to incrementally adjust down the thickness on the machine while running in the sheet through until you get to your desired final state. You may need to do the fold in half and re-insert trick along the way here too.
Once you've reached your desired thickness and sheet size, remove from the device. You can now cut it into noodles, make ravioli, run it through a noodle cutter, etc. So many possibilities from here!