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Best Place for a Weave

rebel222

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No. No. Not my hair. I have a couple of small holes in a BB GF suit that I would like to get reweaved. Since I am in a mid sized town, I would prefer to send my suit to a reputable "weaver." Can anyone recommend a place. I have a DHL account, so I can ship my suit anywhere in the US for $3. Hopefully someone on here can do the work for me, so I can email photos and contact them through email. Thanks for the recommendations.
 

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Two very fine re-weavers in New York City. Both do a lot of mail-in work (as well as for walk-in customers and commercial accounts).

French American Reweaving
119 West 57th Street, Room 1406
212-765-4670
(They do very good work. Ronnie, the manager, is a real gentleman and very service-oriented. During my last visit, they were getting drop-offs from the Oxxford and Chanel stores in NYC, which is some indication of their work).

Alice Zotta
2 West 45th Street, Room 1701
212-840-7657
(Some users feels she is marginally better than French-American, but the price difference is considerably higher.)

Give them a call...good luck!

Regards,

harrycoverts
 

edmorel

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I think Alice Zotta is better than French American and well worth the price. She fixed a cashmere jacket of mine and her work was unnoticeable, no sign that any work was done on the jacket.

With all weavers, solid fabrics will end up a lot better than patterned stuff.
 

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Sorry to drag up an old thread, but does anyone know what a ballpark figure is on having pants re-weaved? I have a pair of Isaia and a pair of Partenopea trousers that both need holes(about half the size of a dime) repaired.

Thanks, figured I would drag this up instead of starting a new thread.
 

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