In case these are not mentioned where Mike describes, you might need:
small vise grips
seam sealer -- get Seam Grip or Aqua Seal
duct tape -- about 10 feet or so, rolled up small
extra star knob or two
20 feet of 1/8 inch D nylon line
5-6 inch length of aluminum tubing, sized to fit smoothly over longerons -- in case one gets broken
Speedy Stitcher with nylon thread (Seattle Fabrics, REI, or sewing store)
self-adhesive ripstop nylon patching material to match spraydeck color
small sealed bottle of rubbing alcohol to clean hull before patching; maybe baby wipes would do?
small square of 80-grit sandpaper for roughening hull
Yes, the self-adhesive material just goes directly onto the hull. But surface prep is everything for hull repairs, hence the stuff above.
Also, check your rivets before going to make sure none are coming loose. Replace any which look dubious. Get pop rivets from Folbot; they use a special kind which is highly corrosion resistant.
Frankenboat, the Red Kodiak; DB, the Yellow Cooper; Sunnysideup, the Yellow Sea Star, GreenBean, the Teal Edisto, and an un-named, Turquoise Libra. Oh, forgot: Surf Scoter the Bartender.