13321Re: [Hammock Camping] What,s the best underquilt for a Hennessy Hammock?
- Apr 3, 2006You might check if Ed or some of the fabric sites like Thru-hiker offer
directions or a kits. The under quilt is basically a rectangular quilt
with a slit where the opening is and some draw strings. I would think
you could modify a regular quilt pattern from a fabric store like
Jo-ann fabric. Construction and fabric type are another story.
On Apr 3, 2006, at 3:59 PM, Torsha P. wrote:
JRB's 3 season set is a bit out of my budget...any advice on the type
you can make on your own?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Joe Federici <joefederici@...>
> I was out 2 weekends ago and used JRB's 3 season set and it got
> to around 20. I can't say it was the warmest I've ever been but
> you consider it's only rated to 30 it's really good. I've since
> a few things and would have brought another bag, pad or some type
> The only real cold spot was my feet and a pair of down slippers
> have cured it.
> On Apr 3, 2006, at 11:35 AM, Torsha P. wrote:
> What's up Y'alll,
> In an effort to warm up my nights in my HH I've decided to take
> plunge and construct myself an underquilt.Â
> Which is the best one in your opinion and are there any websites
> have good intructions on constructing one?
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