French Weaving

French weaving, also known as invisible weaving, is the type of reweaving used to restore small holes, tears and burns in fabric. Threads are taken from a hidden area of the garment and carefully woven horizontally and vertically over the damaged area, restoring the damaged fabric.

Inweaving

Inweaving, also known as piece weaving, is the type of reweaving used for larger tears, rips and wear, in cases where French weaving is impractical. A piece of material is taken from a hidden area on the garment and woven over the damaged area.