A million knots make up a finely crafted rug—but only GoodWeave’s child-labor-free label makes a rug truly one in a million. There is no substitute for the quality and craftsmanship a skilled adult weaver uses to create the million or more knots in a hand crafted 8' x 10' rug. GoodWeave certified rugs are available in a wide range of prices, sizes, styles and designs, from more than 125 leading rug companies and designers, and in over 1,000 online and retail outlets and showrooms around the world.

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Interior designers looking to help clients find a GoodWeave certified rug can find more resources here.

To learn about GoodWeave certified rugs available in Europe, visit http://www.goodweave.org.uk/.

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Spotlight On Importers/Designers

Layne Goldsmith

Hardly a newcomer to the world of art and design, Layne Goldsmith had a distinguished career as a textile artist and professor in the School of Art at the University of Washington. When she considered working in the rug industry, it was a given that there be absolutely no child labor involved. "I've always favored situations that provide equally to all concerned, and I support GoodWeave® because it does just that."

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Spotlight On Retailers

J. Patrick Aaron

A premier designer showroom since 1979, San Francisco’s floordesign is committed to ending child labor in the rug industry. The floordesign website features the company’s affiliation with GoodWeave® and links to the GoodWeave website.

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Rug Buying Tips

Modern or traditional? Hand-knotted or flat-weave? Natural or synthetic dyes? Purchasing a handmade rug can seem daunting at first. But with a little expert guidance, you'll be able to find the perfect rug for your style, budget and values.
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