You've probably noticed labels on clothing you have purchased but may not have realized that an individual crafter is required by US government regulations to attach the same types of labels to handmade apparel items made by the crafter (which are for sale), the same as any large clothing manufacturer is required to do. Below are some links where you can get the information you need for complying with US labeling requirements when selling your handmade clothing (apparel) items.
Apparel Labeling Laws
US Labeling Laws Specifically Regarding Cotton
A label that states the fiber content must be attached to each clothing or household item that you are selling. The information at this link says that this includes clothing and accessories, draperies, floor coverings, furnishings, and beddings made from cotton fiber or cotton yarn.
Wedding Gown Label Requirements - This link also tells about the
fees for non-compliance. It's a lot!
US vs Milady Bridals
Care Labeling Rule Cases and Fees For Noncompliance
This page from U.S. Code explains definitions used in the
Textile Act and Rules. In regards to labeling laws for items made
with yarn, it mentions knitting and goes on to say "or otherwise
fabricating into a fabric".
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Where to Get Labels (Care/Content, Size, Custom Printed)
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