Tag Archives: Reweaving
Formalwear season is upon us….
Just a quick reminder to dry clean your woolens and knitwear before putting it away for the warmer months. And, if you’re planning to store your garments in a cedar chest, don’t forget to give the wood a light sanding … Continue reading
While your Fall and Winter garments have rested, the moths and carpet beetles have been busy. It’s Time: Inspect your sweaters for the upcoming season; Move the fall and winter weight wools, cashmeres, tweeds, and camel hair (you get the idea) … Continue reading
It happens to the best of us. Your wallet wears a hole in your back pocket, or you catch your watch on your trouser pocket once too often. Moths aren’t responsible for all the damage we repair at Reweaving of … Continue reading
What a lovely, cool, brisk, and bright day we’re having in Central Virginia. So lovely that I chose to wear one of my favorite sweaters for the first time this season. Which is when I discovered one of two holes … Continue reading
It’s hard to say goodbye to a brilliant suit. One that you’ve come to depend on time and time again. One you spent good money for and that has a lot of life left! Especially since it was nothing … Continue reading
We’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. But through a little bit of magic on the inside… We think … Continue reading
Where would you begin to find something like this these days? Certainly the well-groomed slopes deserve a Welgrume sweater.
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?