As a follow up to the posts, I am not trying to hide anything or make a lot of cash. I am not a professional canvas person but a carpenter. Perhaps I should have stated that in the OP. I purchased the material from sailrite and watched their video, too. So no offense on the second post but not sure the relevancy to the original post. The through hole fender
cover idea I thought up in my pea sized brain after watching the neck roll pillow video and viewing one end of another brands fender
cover. Additionally, our boat came with the ones made by a shop in Maine and they are good but have aged and have an open end, mine are closed on both ends, which I like better. I agree, the new ones from the Maine shop are very nice though!
Finally, I simply have some extra material and would like to off load some of it at or near cost so it doesn't end up in the basement. I was thinking around $25.00 for the through hole (8"x21") and $20.00 for the ones with the double eyes, plus shipping. It takes about 1.25 hours to cut and sew together. I sold some other used equipment at a not for profit margin on this forum before so I thought it was okay to do so
perhaps I was lucky? Since I am not sure if this is the proper place to unload some extra boating supplies at reduced costs, I will hold off selling the fender
covers or other things other than boats on this site. I guess the thought is I could be considered a vendor?
Thanks for the positive feedback on the covers.
Can't wait to get the boat back in the water!