Is that not just a super way to at least keep your toddler mittens and hats all in one spot if not a way to get your toddler mittens that stay on?
Solution For Toddler Mittens that Stay On
One of the easiest ways to facilitates toddler mittens that stay on is to use suspenders like shown in the video. But if you don’t want to create toddler mittens that stay on that way, you could always sew a long ribbon onto both of your mittens then thread it through the sleeves of their winter coat. That way the mittens are always in the sleeve where they are readily available to be put on tiny hands when the weather is cold. They can also just hand through the arm hole when your child doesn’t want mittens on.
In my experience the whole reason for wanting toddler mittens that stay on is to avoid losing mittens. Your child (if anything link mine) suddenly decides, don’t need one and then it is on the ground. Forgotten or in some random lost and found right?
Once I discovered the ribbon trick it cut down on my mitten purchases considerably. Personally, I found this worked better for my daughters then my sons.
An Alternate Solution
You could also purchase these little clips and clip them on the coat and then on the mitten but that makes it more likely that the mittens will get lost as those clips can come undone.
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