Oi, that definitely sounds cheaper than I've ever heard for reweaving! I have one garment with a very large rewoven patch, and it's flawless. Was probably quite expensive to reweave, but you really can't tell where it is unless you look on the wrong side (it's an unlined jacket so it's obvious from the inside). Currently my "reweaving" pile consists of a Kiton cashmere sc - which is worth the money to do it right - and a Samuelsohn suit, which isn't a high priority. I do expect to pay as much for the reweaving on the Kiton as I paid for the jacket, which wasn't much really, but will still hurt. May send it out to Chicago or something, finding a local reweaver has been daunting. Man, darning sweaters can be fun, but at 5 bucks I might have someone else do it!