I was going to give my advice, but I do what Mike does. Maybe I can word it slightly different:
-Mark where you want your baffles on both pieces of fabric (on the inside).
-Sew one length of netting to become a baffle on one piece of fabric only. Sew each mark with a baffle on this piece of fabric.
-Sew two pieces of fabric together at one edge parallel with baffles on the first piece of fabric.
-Place second piece of fabric (now attached to first) under the needle and align each corresponding baffle from the first piece of fabric with the mark on the second piece of fabric.
-Sew each baffle this way.
-Sew two more sides. One will be parallel to the baffles and one will not be. The final open side should leave an opening at the end of each baffle for filling the down.
-Sew final side.
-Add accoutrements (like grossgrain for the shock cord).
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Originally Posted by FLRider
FireInMyBones; he's a mountain goat crossed with a marathoner.