Before developing and designing your labels for clothing and products, you need to check with both federal, state, and local regulations. According to the FTC (Federal Trade Commission), labels on clothing products covered by the Textile and Wool Acts are required to disclose the fiber contents of the article in descending order of percentage. What other requirements are there? Cruz Label cannot provide any legal or regulatory advice regarding label requirements. However, below are some resources that you may find helpful.
Labeling Requirements of Textile and Wool Acts - The Bureau of Consumer Protection discusses labeling requirements under the Textile and Wool Acts.
Label Requirements for Textile, Wool, Fur, Apparel and Leather - The FTC has a page with resources about rules and guidelines regarding specific materials in clothing.
Laws on Clothing Label Requirements from eHow -This informative article breaks it down.
Labeling Laws For Hand-crafted Items from About.com - Simple handmade articles also need to follow guidelines.