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Where can I find mittens for a 5 year old please?

(7 Posts)
slackrunner Fri 24-Oct-08 19:20:33

DD has cerebral palsy, so trying to get her hands into gloves takes some doing. I'd really like some mittens for her, however dcs over the age of 3 obviously don't do mittens (well, if the shops are to be believed)!

Can anyone help please?

PrettyCandles Fri 24-Oct-08 19:23:46

H&M often do mittens. Woolies also, a little closer to Xmas. H&M do what we call fishermens' gloves: fingerless gloves with a pouch that folds over the fingers to turn them into mittens. You'll probably get skiing mittens in any outdoor sports shops soon.

puppydavies Fri 24-Oct-08 19:28:15

boden do some

cocoleBOO Fri 24-Oct-08 19:28:22


cocoleBOO Fri 24-Oct-08 19:31:23

Must learn to type faster hmm
These are cheap

accessorizequeen Fri 24-Oct-08 20:50:29

I bought some fishermens' gloves in boots for ds (nearly 5) recently. They had some lovely girls' mittens too & think they went up to 4-5.

slackrunner Fri 24-Oct-08 22:17:47

Oooh choices, choices

Thanks everyone. It may be the Boden option just for the fact that it's easily sorted <laziness emoticon>, although I'm recoiling at the price. I'll take a look in a big Boots and H&M first.

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