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Baby Clothes Recalls

Baby clothes recalls can be a scary thing; stay up-to-date on what baby clothes, and baby products, are deemed unsafe by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission.

6,200 Zippered Sweatshirts Sold at Target Recalled
More than 6,000 sweatshirts sold by Target were recalled today due to excessive levels of lead found in the zippers. Sweatshirts were sold in sizes as small as 12 months. Read more about this recall and find out what styles were recalled.

1,100 Pairs of Baby Pajamas Recalled by My Clothes
More than 1,000 pairs of baby pajamas were recalled by My Clothes today; two different styles fail to meet the federal flammability standards.

10,000+ Sets of Infant, and Baby Pajamas Recalled by Papa Bear Loungeabouts
Papa Bear Loungeabouts has issued a recall of more than 10,000 pairs of infant, baby, and children's pajamas in a variety of styles.

Bella Bliss Recalls More Than 2,000 Pairs of Baby Pajamas
Bella Bliss has recalled more than 2,000 pairs of baby pajamas due to a violation of the federal flammability standard.

900 Baby and Child Sweatshirts Recalled by Alpha Industries
900 Baby sweatshirts have been recalled by Alpha Industries due to a choking hazard.

18,000 Sweatshirts and Jackets Recalled by Hot Kids and the CPSC
Approximately 18,000 sweatshirts and jackets with drawstrings are involved in a baby clothes recall issued by Hot Kids and the CPSC.

Baby Recalls: Pajamagram Baby Pajamas Recalled
Baby Recalls: Pajamagram Baby Pajamas Recalled

Nurses Choice Recalls Newborn Mittens
Nurses Choice, in conjunction with the CPSC, recalled nearly 5,000 pair of Holiday Keepsake Newborn Mittens due to a choking hazard.

Baby Legs Recalls Baby Leg Warmers and Baby Socks
Baby Legs, in conjunction with the CPSC, has recalled approximately 4,500 pairs of baby leg warmers and baby socks due to a choking hazard.

Meijer Recalls Falls Creek Infant and Baby Shoes Due to Choking Hazard
Meijer recalls Falls Creek infant shoes due to choking hazard; more than 2,000 units are affected.

Lollytogs Recalls a Total of 10,300 Carhartt Infants' Overalls
Lollytogs Recalls 10,300 Infants' Overalls in United States and Canadian Baby Recalls

Over 9,000 Baby Robes and Baby Pajama Sets Recalled
Just over 9,000 baby kimono robes and baby pajama sets were recalled by the CPSC - in conjunction with Roberta Roller Rabbit - on May 5, 2010 due to violation of the federal flammability standard.

900 Baby Bracelets and Pacifier Clips Recalled
On February 17, 2010, the CPSC - in conjunction with Allreds Design - recalled 900 pacifier clips and baby bracelets due to risk of lead exposure.

GAP Recalls Nearly 7,000 Infant and Baby Swimsuits
A Recall of Nearly 7,000 Halter Style Baby Swimsuits by BabyGap was issued on April 30, 2010.

Clarks Children's Shoes Recalled
Clarks Children's Shoes Recalled by C & J Clark America Due to Choking Hazard

Baby Sleepwear by Warm Biscuit Bedding Recalled
Baby Sleepwear by Warm Biscuit Bedding Involved in Baby Recall

"CARS" Infant and Baby Shoes Recalled
"CARS" infant and baby shoes sold exclusively through Wal-Mart are currently the focus of a voluntary baby recall. The manufacturer cites the possible detachment of the decorative wheels as a potential choking hazard. One known incident of the wheels detaching prompted this voluntary baby recall; no injuries have been reported as of today.

GAP Infant and Baby Toggle Coats Involved in Baby Recall
Over 20,000 GAP infant and baby toggle coats are involved in this baby recall that affects consumers in both the United States and Canada. If you have a toggle coat that is listed in this baby recall, you should return the coat to any GAP store immediately for a full refund.

Baby Recall: Pumpkin Patch Hooded Girls' Raincoats
Pumpkin Patch hooded girls' raincoats with drawstrings are involved in a recent voluntary baby recall due to a potential strangulation hazard. Sizes as small as 2T are affected. Check your baby girl's closet to see if she has a raincoat by Pumpkin Patch that is involved in this baby recall.

Baby Recall: Ambler Mountain Works Knitted Hats
A baby recall of Ambler Mountain Works knitted hats were recalled on May 5, 2009 due to a potential choking hazard. Does your baby has a knitted hat that was involved in this baby recall?

Infant/Baby Flip Flops Recalled by Alpargatas USA of New York, NY
Infant/baby flip-flops made by Alpargatas USA Inc., of New York, N.Y. were voluntarily recalled on March 3, 2009.

Meijer, Inc. Recalls 100 Hat and Mitten Sets by Aquarius Ltd.
A baby clothes recall has been issued involving toddler girl's hat and mitten sets sold at Midweat Meijer, Inc. stores. Was this set part of your baby's winter outerwear?

Rashti & Rashti Recall 16,000 Pairs of Infant Sleepwear
Baby clothes company Rashti & Rashti have recalled 16,000 sets of infant pajamas.

Circo Children's Bobbie Socks Recalled - Sold at Target
These baby and children's socks, sold exclusively at Target, have been voluntarily recalled due to a choking hazard posed by the ribbon that trims them. You can take these back to any Target Store to receive a full refund.

Hooded Sweaters by Empress Arts
These hooded sweaters were sold in specialty children's stores from August 2006 through April 2008. Cream in color, the have blue stripes and pom-poms to accent them. For a picture, please head over to the CPSC's website.

Children's Board Skirts by Chelsea & Scott Ltd.
The Sun Smarties™ board skirts are peach microfiber with an embroidered flower accent and back pocket. Item number 13926 HIBI is printed on the care label inside the back of the waistband. The skirts were sold in girls sizes 12 months to 4T. The skirts have six grommets, four on the front of the waistband and two on the back pocket.

Taggies™ Sleep 'N Play Infant Garment Recall
The recall involves two Taggies™ Sleep 'N Play style infant garments sold in purple or blue and white with style number listed in the chart on the CPSC website. The infant garments are one piece footed coveralls with snaps down the front. These garments were sold in sizes 0-3 months, 3-6 months, and 6-9 months.

Infant and Toddler Shortalls by Sara Lynn Togs Recalled
This recall involves Infant and Toddler Gingham and Flannel Shortalls, which are overalls with short pant legs. They have a collegiate applique or embroidery on the front. Sizes included in the recall are 6/9 month, 12 month, 18 month, 2T, 3T, & 4T.

The Children's Place Camo Pajama Recall
This recall involves both long- and short-sleeved pajama sets. The sets have a blue shirt with a red screen print that reads "Athletics 90" and coordinating camouflage pants. The pajama sets were sold starting in boy's size XXS (2/3).

Infant Santa Outfits Recalled by Avon
This recall involves the 2006 and 2007 Santa Outfits that were sold by Avon and available in sizes 3 - 18 months.

Main Street Drag Sunglasses Recalled Due to Lead Paint
The recalled childrens sunglasses have Main Street Drag characters on the bottom of one lens. The sunglass frames have dark metallic blue or dark metallic red fronts and gray checkered sides. Main Street Drag is printed in orange at the temples. Style number DI25K7116 is printed on the left temple. No other styles are included in this recall.

TKS Children's Pants Recalled by Sears
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed.

Children's Sunglasses Recalled by FGX International
Children's Sunglasses Recalled by FGX International Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard. Surface paint on the sunglasses can contain excessive levels of lead, violating the federal lead paint standard.

Children's Sunglasses Recalled by Dollar General
Children's Sunglasses Recalled by Dollar General Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard. The yellow surface paint on the sunglasses may contain excessive levels of lead, violating the federal lead paint standard.

Choking Hazard Prompts Nordstrom Recall of Children's Jackets
Choking Hazard Prompts Nordstrom Recall of Children's Jackets. The zipper pull can detach from the jacket's zipper, posing a choking hazard to young children.

Children's Jeweled Sandals Sold by Nordstrom Recalled
Children's Jeweled Sandals Sold by Nordstrom Recalled Due to Choking Hazard. The jewel decorations on the shoes can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children.

Samara Brothers Recalls Boys' Three-Piece Short Set
Samara Brothers Recalls Boys' Three-Piece Short Set Due to Choking Hazard. The decorative fish buttons on the shorts and shirt could detach, posing a choking hazard.

Payless ShoeSource Recalls Children's Clog Shoes Due to Choking Hazard
Payless ShoeSource Recalls Children's Clog Shoes Due to Choking Hazard. Plastic rivets used to attach the strap to the shoe can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children.

Target Recalls More Than 3,000 Frog Halloween Masks
Target recalls nearly 3,500 frog masks that babies may be wearing as part of their Halloween costumes. These masks have been recalled due to the risk of suffocation.

Fun World Recalls Nearly 2,000 Halloween Costumes
Fun World recalls nearly 2,000 halloween costumes in sizes as small as a 2T. Be sure to read this important baby recall and be sure you don't have this costume in your baby's closet or dress-up box.

Hanna Andersson Recalls 1,000 Robes That Violate Federal Flammability Standard
Hanna Andersson has recalled 1,000 children's robes starting in size 24 months. These robes do not meet the federal flammability standard set forth by the CPSC. Double check to see if this is in your baby's closet.

Petit Lem Recalls More Than 1,700 Pairs of Baby and Children Pajamas
Petit Lem recalled more than 1,700 pairs of baby and children pajamas which failed to meet the federal flammability standard set forth by the CPSC. Double check to see if these pajamas are in your baby's closet.

PajamaGram Recalls 12,000 Pairs of Infant and Toddler Pajamas
After recalling nearly 800 pairs of pajamas in January of 2011, PajamaGram has voluntarily recalled another 12,000 pairs.

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