2022-09-04 (Su) SkateSail Sail sewing

The sail material is rip-stop nylon from a fabric store. I sized the triangles according to the fiberglass driveway markers. The first attempt was too small, and I wasted time sewing up the free edge.
Sewing sails to size

I got the hang of the unfamiliar sewing machine, but I won't show any close-ups since I had a lot of sloppy work. Regardless, the sails came out beautifully. I didn't put any stitches near the corners where the fabric meets because I will install the rods there.
Four sails

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