Get 20% off a retro-influenced apron with Pinnikity

There has been such a huge level of support for the Bake-off, not just in people coming forward to offer their baking talent, but also through small companies jumping up and pledging to help…

These companies have all come forward to do everything they can to help and I am really thankful to all those that have shown their support. In the past week I have had so many exciting parcels full of prizes… cupcake kits from Meri Meri, vintage party ware from Talking Tables, cookbooks from Steamer Trading, children’s baking kids from Cake Kraft… to name a few.

For me, personally, it has highlighted how amazing small companies can be. Not only do they make and source  beautiful, personal products (often bespoke and handmade) but they also find time to be generous too. Impressive isn’t it? The latter certainly isn’t an easy thing to do when you are only a growing business.

One of these amazing little companies pledging their support is is Pinnikity; an online shop full of handmade retro-influenced aprons for adults and children. The company is a one-woman powerhouse, all run by a lady in rural Lancashire called Nikki Williams who makes her aprons and accessories at her kitchen table. The origins of the business are inspiring too: set-up in 2010, after Nikki was made redundant from her  job in telecoms, her redundancy gave her the push to get back to her creative roots and start Pinnikity.

We’re teaming up with Nikki to offer you the chance to order your very own oil-cloth Pinnikity apron (personalised or plain) and get 20% off. So, get shopping now!

How to claim your 20% off

All you need to do is buy your apron and use the code BAKEOFF whilst checking out and the 20% will come off your total before paying. Offer ends 15th April 2012.

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