Revisiting the subject of minor re-knitting holes in sweaters: I mended 2 holes in this vintage Norskwear sweater today. I have a giant bag of assorted wool crewel embroidery yarns. I didn't have the right colors, but that's actually useful in this instance to show how the repairs were done. Rather than throw this sweater away, I will list at a low price and show the mends. It may or may not sell. If it does, the buyer gets a bargain and the cardigan gets a new life. Otherwise, I can re-donate it in good conscience. Tools: Small crochet hook Plastic or metal needle for use on plastic canvas Yarns of assorted colors Good light source Good eyes or magnification Both mends in context: On arm, just at shoulder seam Above collarbone, near shoulder seam. I think both of these holes were caused by a bad quality hanger. Which is all to say, if the sweater is special enough, it may be worth the time and effort to keep it in circulation.