I now have the two halves of the sail completed and sewn (I think I got them quite nice
I also have them glued from the top to the central T (with an 8mm overlap).
But I REALLY don't understand how the bottom part overlaps!!!!
The two plans are different:
1: Simple Plan: http://www.tweelijners.com/tom/tomskitesite-en/KB5.html
2: Complex rectilinear plan: http://www.kiteplans.org/planos/quartz/Quartz_V_1_0.pdf
I am using the second (because I'm using that layout).
Also I find this step not well explained in Tom's web site: http://www.tweelijners.com/tom/tomskitesite-en/KB5.html
As you can see in the plan on the link of "2.", on the spine zone we have:
1. The outer solid line that I have used to cut all pieces.
2. About 4mm inward, a dotted line.
3. From the central T downward a new
dotted line appears that makes a curve inwards.
Now, if I have my right half taped to the plan coinciding with the solid line, how do I have to place the left half of the sail?
In other words, how does the overlap work (how much overlap) at that bottom part?
Please help otherwise I will not be able to continue.