Mack Sails finished our sails. The mainsail is fully battened, so you can't fold it unless you remove the battens, which means that it IS seventeen feet long. Getting it onto the truck, to the boat, and bent onto the boom and mast was like wresting a grizzly bear. But we did it!
It's finally a sailboat!
Sails rolled up and put away. Mack Pack/sail cover for the mainsail is still on the sewing room floor.
To start sailing, now all we need to do is rebuild two more winches, get the rest of the running rigging, mount the anchor roller, attach a boom vang, and hoist one of us up the mast for final tuning.
For the first time in two and a half years, I can say with certainty and confidence that we are going sailing soon.