Originally Posted by dsshepard
Well I put together two Rick Frost "Neat Frost" Pads (http://www.tothewoods.net/ImagesStay...atFrostPad.pdf
) using my wife's sewing machine and managed to not sew my fingers to them so I am going to attack my RayWay Quilt. For those who have put one together already (and even those who haven't) do you see any need to attach the draft stopper? I intend to only use it in my hammock. It may save an ounce or so if I don't put it on. In talking this out to myself, I guess I could always sew it on and if I don't like or need it, I can cut if off later.
Depending on what you're using for bottom insulation, the insulated portion of your top quilt could be quite narrow. IMO you won't need much insulation around the sides where your bottom insulation covers already - just put the draft stoppers there to keep stray cold air out.