Saints Alive: Reweaving St. John Garments.

At Reweaving of Richmond, we love classic, well-made clothing and St. John definitely falls into that category. St. John’s classic Milano knit is a favorite of the discerning woman and extremely comfortable to wear. But you knew that. That’s why you invested in it in the first place. Should your moths find the fabric equally… tasty … give Reweaving of Richmond a call. We can fix the damage.

Reweaving is more art than science and each case is different. We prefer to see the garment and then call you with an estimate to fix it and our experts best guess as to the visibility of the fix. This isn’t just mending, nor do we patch. If the damage is too extensive or we feel that the area will be too visibly altered, we will alert you without proceeding to reweave before you let us know your wishes.

Give Larry a call or email, download and fill out the form in the sidebar to the right and rest assured that your St. John is in the right hands.

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6 Responses to Saints Alive: Reweaving St. John Garments.

  1. Merrilee Streun Leatherman says:

    I pulled out my classic, vintage knit coat to wear and found a moth hole on the sleeve! The hole is about the size of a dime or nickel and several threads surround the hole. I am sick! I have never seen another coat like this one and would like to have it repaired. Can you give me an idea of your charge for reweaving, if reweaving is indeed an option? I live in Shreveport, LA and haven’t been able to find a re-weaver in this area. Thank you!

  2. Larry says:

    Hello Ms. Leatherman, please call the studio and I can take more detail and give you an idea. We’ll have to see the garment to determine a fixed price though.

  3. sholeh daher says:

    hello,
    I live in Los Angles , can you pls let me know where I can bring or send my st john moth damaged garmets
    Thank you,
    sholeh daher
    8187267709
    sholehdaher@yahoo.com

  4. Andrea Anderson says:

    Is it possible to take 6 inches off a short dress to re make as a tunic?

    • Larry says:

      Hello Andrea, I would think it is possible. However, we are not an alteration shop. I recommend Georges Alterations in Richmond, Va for this type of work. I appreciate your inquiry.

      LW

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