Since I started manufacturing bags from old sails, I began to pay a lot of attention to what is happening with all kinds of materials that are suitable for processing, upcycling, and maybe just for further use. It is obvious that I am most interested in what happens with used sail. Some unfortunately end up in the nooks of basements or garages longingly for the sun and wind. Others are more fortunate and make their lives on training sailboats, where they will sail as long as they have enough strength. However, there are also those that were lucky enough to hit a dry shelf, such as the one from a photo at my sails supplier in Great Britain. They are calmly waiting for their new life. Believe me, among them I felt like in paradise. My eyes were laughing! So many sails to upcycle and reuse. Nothing will be wasted there! What a luck!