We do sweaters!

“I just want to highly recommend Reweaving of Richmond! Last fall, I sent them 7 sweaters that needed all states of repair. They were returned in perfect condition! They saved 7 cashmere sweaters, for less than I could buy one! Mine were all solids of varying colors, but I cannot see the where the holes were in a single one of them!
Thanks to Larry and his team!” -Gloria Miller

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Once Bitten… Don’t be Shy. Send It to Reweaving of Richmond.

Dog bite- beforeWe’d like to think that Fido was going after a pesky moth before it could lay eggs in this garment… Dog bite, not something we’ve dealt with before.

under the hood

But through a little bit of magic on the inside…

317 After

We think that Fido is once again man’s best friend… Another quick save by Reweaving of Richmond.

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We’d Show a Photo, But We couldn’t Find it Either…


Don’t know whom of you repaired my sweater. Received it in today’s mail and am very pleased.

Repair is completely invisible. Have a camel hair topcoat with moth damage on a sleeve that I’ll send next.

Thank you,
Richard Snead
Clinton, TN

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Some Things Are Just Too Special

TooRareWhere would you begin to find something like this these days? Certainly the well-groomed slopes deserve a Welgrume sweater.


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Don’t Get Out As Much?



Save those special garments, like this genuine Crombie coat. They’re more than just memories, they are a piece of you. And how often do you get to the U.K. these days?

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Oh Darn!

72 before

A favorite sweater and a well-meaning mother-in-law who darned it without even asking. Not a bad fix, but not invisible. All done with the best of intentions.

It happens alot. Because reweavers and re-menders are getting as scarce as hen’s teeth. Not everyone can do this labor-intensive, eye-straining, artful saving of your clothing.

Fortunately, you’ve found Reweaving of  Richmond.

72 after

Sweaters and knitwear are something of a specialty for us. Call today. It’s getting chilly.

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St. John Knits Saved!

St  John

Save your good stuff. By that we mean wear it! Reweaving of Richmond will help if you need those moth holes repaired…. We’d show you where the damage was, but we can’t find it.

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Saving Our History with Rewewaving

Jacobs and Levy


Another one of the grand old stores of yore. When they say “they just don’t make ’em like that anymore,” it’s time to save that piece instead of consigning it to the discard pile of history.

After all, every garment tells a story. Let Reweaving of Richmond help find a new audience for yours.

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Worth Saving.

Worth Saving

All clothing has a history, and as it is your clothing, that history is a very personal one.

Cary Grant wore Aquascutum raincoats. When you invest in an article of clothing, especially when it is made by a very old company and is very well made, you hate to give it up because of a small tear or moth hole. Which is where Reweaving of Richmond comes into play. Whether or not the repair is barely visible is beside the point. That small repair to a cherished garment is now part of your history together. Some things are worth saving.

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Another Happy Client

Bailey ThanksClick through for a larger image.

Another satisfied customer. We love that. If your garment is an old and valued friend, consider having it rewoven. It’s much less than buying a replacement, a greener alternative and a pretty fast process in general. In addition, reweaving, even if it shows a bit of the work in the end, is nowhere near as noticeable as traditional “mending.”

Give us a ring or shoot an email and ask how we can help save a treasured garment.


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