Originally Posted by Smee
Sounds like you're just permanently attaching an underquilt. Might be easier to sew it that way too. Don't make a double hammock. Make a single hammock and a separate quilt. Then sew the quilt to the hammock. Might simplify the process. My 2 cents.
that`s what i plan to do. that`s why the color drawing doesn`t show the top layer of the hammock.
porkbutter, your right about loosing the flexability, but this would be a cold weather hammock.
i can sleep fine in my synthetic insulated hammock in the house w/o getting hot... as long as it`s not hot in the house.
the advantage w/ this insulated hammock is (like jeff said) zero air gaps & no adjustments needed.
and hopefully it will save a few ozs over the underquilt w/ it`s attachments??? we`ll see.
if nothing else, mabey it`ll save me a few bucks for now.
when i`m able i`ll no dought make or buy a seperrate underquilt for the flexability in warmer temps. ...tim