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Responsible Production


At Jacaranda we love the quirkiness that can only be made by hand, so the majority of our carpets and rugs are handwoven on traditional wooden looms, an art that takes lots of time and skill


It takes 1,200 hand filled bobbins to charge the hand operated warping wheel to fill the cones for every 5m wide traditional wooden hand loom. Each loom is operated by hand and foot without the need for electricity, and requires three strong weavers to maintain the tension. Each roll of Jacaranda handmade carpet passes through at least 64 skilled hands, across 280 hours, over several weeks.  Our stock rugs are sewn by hand around the edges and we can also make bespoke shapes and sizes. For a completely original design see our hand-tufted rugs.


These artisanal methods are extremely labour intensive and central to Jacaranda’s ethos is ensuring that everyone involved is well treated.  Also, that no children are in involved in our production. For this reason, we are long standing supporters of GoodWeave to ensure all our mills work to the ‘GoodWeave Standard’ and open themselves to regular, random, unannounced inspections.

GoodWeave was founded in 1994 by Indian activist Kailash Satyarthi and his international organization has worked tirelessly to eradicate child labour from production via its unique labelling scheme. He was recognized in 2014 with a Nobel Peace Prize, for his drive to ensure that children should have their childhood restored, so they can laugh, learn and play. GoodWeave provides educational opportunities to children in weaving communities and ensure a fair working environment for all employees.

For any rugs handmade in India, please look out for the GoodWeave label for the reassurance that GoodWeave’s ethical working practices are being upheld. Do visit the GoodWeave website for more information.