GoodWeave is an independent non-profit which fulfills its mission by creating market demand for certified child labor-free rugs, monitoring supply chains, rescuing and educating children found on the looms and providing critical services for weaving families. I have been a proud member of GoodWeave since I made my first rug. The GoodWeave label is your best assurance that no child was exploited to make a rug and that other sustainable production practices were used. To learn more about this work, visit

In addition to my involvement with GoodWeave, I also contribute a percentage of each rug sale to provide further support for my weavers and their families.

*Read Amy’s note to GoodWeave, written following a recent visit to Hamro Ghar, the GoodWeave rehabilitation center and school in Kathmandu.