2022-09-08 (Th) SkateSailV2 Sewn sail

I bought three yards (almost 3 m) of yellow rip-stop nylon and cut it diagonally to make a couple of right triangles. I sewed them together on the long leg and added reinforcements at the corners where the fiberglass rods would go, and I made sure the pointed end went into the wood. I added 3/4" (20 mm) grommets in critical places where I'll want to pass the mast or boom to the other side for support. I need a better way to fold up the booms quickly, but the concept seems usable. It is approximately nine feet (3 m) wide at the base.
It's a huge sail

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