I was lucky enough to receive a pair of these cool mittens. The idea is one of those “why didn’t I think of that”! The mittens have an extra long cuff to keep them up and the child warm—very clever! These modern and hip mitts have the most darling embroidered designs and are really well made—using really soft and quality fabrics. Today you get a chance to win from mimiTENS!


Anna-Maria writes………..

Introducing mimiTENS…makers of ingenious and adorable mittens for babies and toddlers.
mimiTENS have big stretchy cuffs so that they stay on. Eco-friendly fabrics are good for baby and mama-Earth. Made in Canada because it is the right thing to do. mimiTENS loves and supports local charities. When you buy our mittens and scarves, you support them to.

We would like to give a few lucky Skip To My Lou readers the chance to try out some mimiTENS. Just name one of the charities that we support and you could win a scarf and a pair of mimiTENS of your choosing (approximate retail value $60 CDN) then come back here and leave a comment on this post. HINT: the answer is on our Web site; www.mimitens.com. The contest ends Sunday, March 15th, 2009 and is open to residents of Canada and the United States.


Feeling extra lucky? After you visit mimiTENS you can skip on over to The Secret is in the Sauce for their Spring Fling. They are giving away prizes every hour and you will also find links to giveaways all over the blogosphere!

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  1. A wonderful cause you support in the Geneva Centre for Autism.

    I really like the sunshine toddler mittens.

  2. One of them is the Geneva Centre for Autism. What a marvelous idea you have! They are very cute!

  3. I see everyone put the Geneva Centre for Autism, but I found that you and your family support Heifer International, as well. I heard of them a few years ago, but had forgotten about their program. Good work!

  4. I love the mittens – and I love that you support the Geneva Centre for Autism. Thank you!

  5. Love those little mittens with the birdies–Yonge Street Mission is one of your favorite charities. Good work!

  6. Super cute giveaway!! Thanks for supporting our autistic kids through Geneva Centre for Autism!

  7. The Geneva Centre for Autism- how timely, I’ve been doing quite a bit of personal research about autism as of late…

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