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boat cushions reasonable near newport r.i.

need some help finding a reasonable shop to recover some cushions for our new - new to us - boat. boat currently near newport, rhode island.

thank you in advance.
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S & S Fabrics at Little Harbor, Portsmouth, RI, has an excellent selection of fabrics and reputation for fine quality work. However, they aren't reasonable. But, what is reasonable, related to boats?
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If you want your interior in 06, don't go with S&S. If you want to overpay, go with them. They do interiors for builders in the area so and I think they put them first.
There is a place in Wickford that does good work and is very reasonable.
If you go to a fabric shop and buy your own fabric, this shop will use the fabric supplied and this saved me alot of money however "I,m not sure of the name, it's Marine canvas of Wickford, somthing like that.

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Defender Industries

www.defender.com / you bring them the patterns and they will make anything you want / much better pricing as they stock huge amounts of foaming and fabrics for their warehouse store and web/mail order operations. They are located in Southeastern CT about an hour's drive from Newport. I love Newport, I have a mooring there, but nothing near Newport is close to reasonable in price for anything to do with boats due to the supply/demand situation..
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