Overweaver Resume Sample

Overweaver Resume Template
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Sample Overweaver Resume Profile

Personal Information

- CV holder full name
- Address: country, city, zip-code
- Contact info: cell phone no, email


Resuming my career as "overweaver" in an environment where I can express my experience and skills.


Job Title: Overweaver - Company: [ organization name ]
From: [ joining date ], To: [ leaving date ]. Reason of leave: Would be explained during the interview.


1) Weave threads or patches into fabric articles to repair holes, tears, or worn places, using weavers hand needles.
2) Cuts patch from seam or hem allowance of article, using scissors.
3) Pins article to padded block.
4) Reweave defective area by either of following methods.
5) 1 Pulls lengthwise crosswise threads from patch.
6) Insert ballpoint or latch needle some distance from edge of hole and interlaces it over under threads of article running perpendicular to needle, across hole or worn area, and into fabric on opposite side, following original pattern.
7) Insert raveled thread in needle and pulls needle thread through fabric, leaving thread ends projecting from fabric.
8) Repeat interlacing of raveled threads reweaving until hole or worn area is filled.
9) Pull strands back forth with fingers until woven part forms color or pattern design of article.
10) 2 Ravels threads from edge of hole patch, leaving frayed appearance, and pins or bastes patch under hole so that pattern matches.
11) Interlace needle over under threads of article perpendicular to needle.
12) Insert end of raveled patch thread and pulls needle thread through fabric.
13) Repeat process until loose raveled ends around hole are rewoven into patch.
14) Turn article over repeats process to reweave thread ends of patch into fabric of article.
15) Cuts off projecting thread ends marks repaired area with thread to facilitate inspection.
16) May press article, using steam iron or damp cloth dry iron..

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