Babylicious Crib Fringe Recall

September 20, 2012 — The Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) and Babylicious Inc. have announced a voluntary recall of approximately 300 Babylicious cloth crib fringes due to the risk of strangulation. If the product were to fall inside a crib, an infant could strangle to death on the string. No injuries or deaths have been reported. The recall is precautionary.


The crib fringes consist of several small triangles of colorful fabric connected with one long string. It is designed to decorate the edge of a crib, or along window valences or curtain rods. The products were sold online and in children’s retail stores between January 2006 until May 2012. Each product cost about $24, and contained two crib fringes.

The CPSC and Babylicious are recommending that parent immediately remove the product from cribs and windows. The products should not be used around children due to the risk of strangulation.

The company is offering a $12 refund for each recalled product that is returned. Since there were two fringes per set, which cost $24, the full refund amount equals the cost of the product. The deadline for return of the crib fringes is September 30, 2012. Customers should contact the company for more information.

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