And this is that 1940's tweed SC. It had a hole in the back, but I grabbed it anyway, as it was only $3.50. I figured the simple herringbone weave, one color each for weft and warp, and larger yarn made it a good candidate for my first attempt at reweaving. I'm really happy with how it turned out. I put a spool of green thread behind the hole so that it was more visible for the photo.
The hole was originally a little below and to the right of the two brown specks.
Wow! That's really good reweaving job there, buddy! Can you also do more advanced tailoring like sleeves shortening or length shortening?