Quilt Tucking in Ground Sleeper Mode
I now have a Stealth(long) and High Sierra Sniveller(long). I was wondering how others or even the owners might suggest the best way to maintain a tuck of these quilts underneath the body while on top of a pad (quilt mode) as a ground sleeper. There are 4" grosgrain loops available on either side of the quilt to make an attachment (Stealth has two). On the High Sierra Sniveller a carabiner is even supplied. Is there enough girth to make the inner grosgrain loop connection with a carabiner without some additional cord(shock/bungee)?
Is there a better way to do this to assure no drafts?
I am aware of the use of a quilt revision to extend the omni-tape so to establish a "top bag" design making a connection to pads with an omni-tape mirror strip or buy the JRB pad (I assume is still available). I prefer the quilt mode.