Canvaswork and Sail Repair
The skills required for top-notch canvaswork are astonishingly few, and canvas's potential to protect your boat and enhance your enjoyment of it is practically limitless. Here is all you need to tackle virtually any canvaswork project: sails and sailcovers, flags, dodgers, ditty bags, cushion covers, and awnings--including Biminis. It's clean, safe, and risk-free--and you'll save a bunch of money and get exactly what you want in the process.
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aboard acrylic canvas adjust align backrest batten Bimini binding tape boat bobbin bottom edge boxing BROADSEAMING bunk buttons canvas items canvaswork chafe closed-cell foam cockpit cushions colors corners cover piece cutout Dacron deck diagonal diameter dimension dodger Don Casey double-rubbed drawstring duffel fabric fender skirt finished flag flap flat sheet flat-felled seam fold furled sail glue hatch hemmed hole hotknife inch inch wider inside install lee cloth leech mark match material needle notches overlap panel patch pattern perimeter piping pleat pocket polyester polyurethane pull raw edges Ripstop nylon rope row of stitches Sailboat sailcloth sailcover seam allowance seam ripper Seepage sewing machine side snap fasteners spreader spur grommets stitch length stopper knots straight strip teak oil thread tool topstitch treated canvas upholstery Velcro vinyl weather cloths webbing width winch windshield zigzag stitch zipper assembly zipper foot