Glenn came up with the good idea that I should stitch both wings at the same time, one right after the other and I agreed. We pulled the other wing off of the stand and put it on the sawhorses this morning for me to do the prep work. I spent most of the day cleaning off the four-year-old dirt that the wing managed to collect in my hangar while in storage. We did manage to roll out the fabric and rough cut the pieces at the end of the day.
Glenn was working on the fairings for the wing-struts for the CW Air Sedan. Here, he's fitting the ribs on the front strut trying to get a sense of how it all comes together.