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Sleepsuits with Scratch Mitts

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PhieEl06 Wed 03-Apr-13 20:42:14

I've heard so many people recommend sleepsuits with scratch mitts made in them however have no idea where to start buying these from, do any places do these as standard? that don't cost arm & a leg

mumnosbest Wed 03-Apr-13 20:45:52

Mothercare do them as standard. I think i had some from asda too. Ebays good too if you dont mind 2nd hand.

louby86 Wed 03-Apr-13 20:50:46

Next do them too in all their first sizes where you just flip the end of the sleeve over. They were better for DS than actual scratch mitts.

WildRumpus Wed 03-Apr-13 20:50:50

Loads of places do them as standard. It looks like a cuff on the sleeve and you just fold it over. The holy Grail of sleepsuits to me is a zip front (for simplicity and speed when doing a change at 2am, 3am, 4am...) with integral scratch mits. Sometimes H&M have these sometimes. Gap too but £££ (look out for sales)

stargirl1701 Wed 03-Apr-13 20:51:59


cupcake78 Wed 03-Apr-13 20:54:31

Next, boots used to as did mothercare. They are classed as integrated scratch mitts. Google and see what comes up. They are very good!

ClaraOswald Wed 03-Apr-13 20:56:13

Mothercare do them as standard up to 6mths
Boots as well, next.

CitrusyOne Wed 03-Apr-13 20:56:31

M&S do them on their smaller sizes too- but their sizes come up really big. Also some of the Disney branded ones have the scratch mits on.

atrcts Wed 03-Apr-13 21:25:55

I found scratch mitts fell off so will use the integral ones on sleepsuits. Most are standard I think.

FrustratedSycamoresRocks Wed 03-Apr-13 22:06:09

Matalan do them too.

AmandinePoulain Wed 03-Apr-13 22:09:38


I hunted high and low for integral scratch mitts past 3-6 months and found two shops that do them - jojomamanbebe where I think they were £12 each or Matalan where they were £12 for 3. Guess where I bought them wink? (I normally love Jojo but not for 3 times the price!)

whooshmummy Wed 03-Apr-13 22:14:03

Sainsburys sleepsuits have them as standard too. They're great - they also have the added advantage of looking quite comedy, so when you've lost your sense of humour at 3am you can be amused by your LO impersonating a boxer!

YummyDollie Wed 03-Apr-13 23:55:32

Asda, Tesco & Sainsbury's all do them smile

dramajustfollowsme Thu 04-Apr-13 00:06:06

Just to warn you, I searched these out, had the baby and she screamed blue murder when we tried to put them over hands.

HotSoupDumpling Thu 04-Apr-13 08:20:37

Of all the cheaper places (tesco, matalan, mothercare, marks and Spencer's etc) to get these sleep suits, does anyone have an opinion as to which brand is better quality? It would be good to get some that don't fade or bobble too much.

AmandinePoulain Thu 04-Apr-13 08:35:48

My matalan ones are doing well smile

I've also got a load of tesco ones without mitts from dd1 that have survived the two of them smile

PhieEl06 Thu 04-Apr-13 09:35:43

Ooo thanks for all your comments as you can probably tell I am a complete newbie! & have so far only been buying the most impractical of cute little outfits.
Definitely withhotsoupdumpling for recommendations of which brands you've found to be the best?

CitrusyOne Thu 04-Apr-13 21:49:51

We had next, tesco, asda and m&s when dd was newborn, and in my opinion the next ones wash by far the best and feel better quality. The m&s ones are nice but the material just feels cheaper than the next ones.

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