Re: What,s the best underquilt for a Hennessy Hammock?
- Great idea Lil' Daddy! :-)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "David Wills"
> I modified my rayway quilt to be an underquilt. I undid the footbox
> seam and added 18" velcro closure. This partially closed blocks off
> escaping air. Drawstrings may work better, but I found that a
> style over/underquilt is the best option. I made mine 60" wide and8
> ft. long. The extra 6" wide and 20" long compared to the raywayquilt
> aleviate the need for a top quilt saving weight. I made mine out oftaken
> 1.3" primaloft, but a few layers of p3d would work too. I have
> it down to 35* before a chill starts to take effect. I sleep hotpatterns.
> though. It weighs about 38 oz and doesnt require much cutting or
> Just my 2 centsthe
> David with no trailname
> --- In email@example.com, "Torsha P." <torpo23@> 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.that
> > Which is the best one in your opinion and are there any websites
> > have good intructions on constructing one?
> > Thanks!
> > torpo
> > skree-fer
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Torsha P." <torpo23@...> wrote:
>Definatley not my idea, but thanks. To clarify, I found that my
> Great idea Lil' Daddy! :-)
rayway quilt was almost wide enough to be used as an over/underquilt.
I am relativley skinny (6'2, 170) and my hammock is only 46" wide.
The 60" over/underquilt is just wide enough to close everywhere,
although it helps to keep a 12" hole around my neck and face open.
People larger than pretty skinny would want to add a bit of spare
material to the sides, complicating the sewing process. Heres the
link to mirages site:
David with no trailname