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Repairing a Leather Couch Cushion

I have a lovely overstuffed leather couch. Both the seat and back cushions are attached. The center seat cushion is much flatter and more squished than the others, so I'd like to re-stuff it, but I have a concern about the fabric that attaches the top of the leather to the back of the couch. It's this grey, web-like composite of fibers that appear to have stretched over the years so the entire top of the seat cushion is drifting forward. What is this fabric? How do I replace it since it appears to be stretched? Thanks!

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