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    Repairing wool tartan

    We have a kilt skirt in Ancient Black Watch that has a few moth holes. What's the best way to repair it. Or where can I find the info on how to repair it?

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    I don't think there really is a way to "repair" a moth hole. Just have to pretend their not there I suppose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tattoo Bradley View Post
    I don't think there really is a way to "repair" a moth hole. Just have to pretend their not there I suppose.
    For a wool kilt, there is always the option of re-weaving, if you have someone in your area that offers it.

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