reweave

verb
re·​weave | \(ˌ)rē-ˈwēv \
rewove\ (ˌ)rē-​ˈwēv \ or reweaved; rewoven\ (ˌ)rē-​ˈwēv \ or reweaved; reweaving

Definition of reweave 

transitive verb

: to weave (something, such as yarn or cloth) again or anew … unraveled the blankets … and rewove them into their own distinctive textiles.— Gary N. Ross All have mastered the art of reweaving and restoring rugs, hand-tying knots and matching yarns as the original weavers did.— Rosa Colucci often used figuratively Citizens, seeing the broad systemic crisis of alienation … work in numerous ways to reweave the fabric of community …The (Mountain City, Tennessee) Tomahawk

First Known Use of reweave

1717, in the meaning defined above

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