I'm not that much better now to be honest! Flour still gets on the floor and all over the oven. But, my outfit doesn't get messy because of the pinny I wear (and the fact that I roll my sleeves up like a 5 year old!)
So, with that in mind, I thought I'd share with you a selection of pinnies / aprons.
I like calling them pinnies. I've no idea if that's a northern word with living in Yorkshire, or not. You may like to leave a comment and enlighten me as to what you call your aprons.
|Pinnies 1, 2, 3|
2. Is the red pinny with a lovely scalloped edge also from pinny girls.
3. For the little 'helpers' why not get them this gorgeous apron from the Apron Store (rather apt name me thinks!) I particularly liked the sheep and cow motif on this. Costs £8.95.
|Pinnies 4, 5, 6|
4. I thought this personalised apron from Not on The High Street by Alice Palace was a brilliant idea as a gift for the keen cook. There are loads of pinnies out there which have phrases on them, but why not make it specific.
5. Now, I had to include a pinny with a cat motif. It just wouldn't be right if I didn't! Being a cat lover! So, I picked this one, thought it was rather amusing. It's a cotton apron costing £16.00 from ulster weavers. I was kindly bought an apron some years ago by Ulster Weavers and I can honestly say that it is really good quality.
6. Another from Ulster Weavers is this baking cotton apron also costing £16.00. I thought it had a little understated sophistication.
So, do you use the word 'pinny'. Or perhaps you call them something different again.