Now you need another three bamboo skewers. The photo shows them laid over the sail, before being snipped to length with scissors.
Those indents will help ensure the bamboo bends at the right spot when you later create the dihedrals!
Wait for the glue to dry. It should still be flexible enough to allow more adjustment of the dihedrals if necessary, and yet stiff enough to hold firm in flight. If not, just add some more glue!
20 pound strength Dacron line is ample for all the Skewer Series kites.
At this point, you've finished making the 1-Skewer Sode!
To attach the flying line, just Lark's Head the flying line to the short kite line as in the photo.
Coincidentally, the position of the Prusik knot in the photo shows you how to set the bridle for moderate winds.
In lighter winds, you could try shifting the Prusik lower, by just a few millimeters (a small fraction of an inch)