I edited your post to remove link to commercial site as CL does not allow such personal commercial links in our posts. You can upload a picture to your post, btw.
We also hank on the jib. You can make use of tricing lines and downhauls to make it a bit safer, btw. The pic showing the jib in a little bundle at the end of the sprit--that is because the tricing line is hauled tight. Once we release the tricing line and pull on the halyard, the jib can be set.
The netting was made by my hubby and me. That is simply New England Rope (3 strand polyester, not nylon as it stretches too much) in 1/2" size, the side-to-side lengths are spliced into soft eyes that are then seized onto the bowsprit shrouds with polyester marlin using a square lashing. We have a running bobstay, so we could not seize to it, but many people also do that. The fore-and-aft netting lines are clove hitched onto the side-to-side lines. Some people do other things, but this worked for us. We left some parts "undone" in that the fore-and-aft netting lines should be secured to an eye on the hull itself or onto another side-to-side line--but because our bowsprit pivots up (shipping bowsprit) we must keep the net loose where most people would have it secured tightly. I hope that is helpful to you.