There's Canvas Work & Sail Repair by Don Casey.
It's pretty basic. It walks you through simple projects with simple types of sewing that get more complicated as you go along. For example, you start with making lee cloths, fender
skirts, tarps for the boat, then move onto bags, tool rolls, hatch
and then get into bimini's, dodgers and sail repair.
Each new project
uses prior project
skills and introduces a new sewing skill. It's pretty basic and often light on details, but it does have you building things your boat needs. Tarps, skirts, bags, covers, and so on.
I own the book but haven't started in on it yet because I don't own a sewing machine
. Plus I need to learn how to use a sewing machine
in the first place. When I was in school
guys took auto/wood shop while the girls took home economics
My mother has promised me a course on that when I visit her next month though, so it's all good.