Dec. 5, 2011
-- Chicago -- Snowman Scarves launch the newest trend in children’s outerwear, designed to provide the first solution to the frosty winter season problem of lost mitten matches, hats and scarves. Created by a Mom with two young children, Snowman Scarves’ patented design is made from high-quality, water-resistant fleece and keeps kids from losing any part of the set, with the hat loops and snaps holding the scarves and the scarves’ built-in pockets holding the mittens –keeping the set together.
Snowman Scarves come in six girl and boy-friendly styles that were designed with the help of kids, including The Isabela featuring a retro pink and lavender design, The Lucy with a pink and brown polka dot pattern, and The Barbara classic brown and pink design. Boys can choose from The Beacom camouflage fleece, The Ryan sports theme or the popular red and black color combination design.
“The idea of Snowman Scarves came to me two years ago when I was running up and down the stairs one morning before school trying to find mittens and hats and scarves for my twins. After a search through closets and under beds – I found one mitten and one hat,” said Maria Callahan, founder of Snowman Scarves. “I decided that day to create a solution to this problem that all parents face during the winter months and worked with a family friend who knows how to sew to create the first Snowman Scarves prototype.”
Snowman Scarves retail for $45 per set and come packaged in a handy drawstring backpack. Sizes are available in Small (3-to 4 years old), Medium (5-to 6 years old) and Large (7-to 8 years old). Snowman Scarves may be purchased online at www.snowmanscarves.com.