Carter's baby and infant clothes can itch.
Carter's has received reports of rashes on children wearing its clothing with heat-transferred or tag-less labels.
The clothes are part of the Fall 2007 line.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the clothes have a label on the inside, back, that has a raised surface with solid background.
The CPSC advises parents to take the child to a pediatrician if they develop an upper back rash that persists or becomes worse.
For more information call 1-888-282-4674 or visit the website www.carters.com.