The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced the recall of more than 38,000 children’s pajama sets.
The pajamas, made by Selfie Craft Company, do not meet flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burns to children, according to the CPSC.
The pajamas came in a two-piece set comprised of a long-sleeve shirt and pants. They were made of 95% polyester and 5% elastane and had ribbed cuffs and ankles.
They were made for children aged 3 through 12 in 26 designs including:
- Birthday Boy (including an exclusive design for The Tot)
- Birthday Girl (including an exclusive design for The Tot)
- Cutesy Christmas
- Easter (The Tot exclusive)
- Funny Bunny
- Halloween (The Tot exclusive)
- Hanukkah (including an exclusive design for The Tot)
- Happy Holidays
- Ice Kream Kitty
- Let It Snow
- Positivity Powers
- Princess, Reindeer
- Sleeping Sloth
- Space Adventures
- Superhero Comic
- Trick Or Treat
- Valentine’s Day
The shirt has a black label on the left side hem that reads “Selfie Craft Co.” along with the size, washing instructions and either “Made in the UK” or “Made in Bangladesh,” the CPSC said.
The pajamas were sold with fabric pens in a container with a label that read “Colour In Creative Craft Kit, Crafty Fun, British Design With Love.” They were sold via Etsy, Macys, The Tot and at boutiques across the country from November 2017 through June 2022 retailing for about $39.
Parents and caregivers are being told to take the pajama sets away from children, destroy them by cutting them in half vertically and contact the Selfie Craft Company to submit a photo of the destroyed pajamas for a full refund, the CPSC reported.
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