Originally Posted by BillyBob58
Don't be intimidated by the quilting, like I was. It turned out to be dirt simple. Just turn it inside out and follow the directions, using any thread and needle, though a bigger needle might be easier. ...
Just add one layer at first as you practice. Those two layers will be more than you need, I suspect, for a while.
It will work GREAT!
Thanks, BillyBob. I just need to remove my mental block regarding HAND SEWING! But, I think I can do this now.
I count myself fortunate to have gotten one of these Warbonnet quilts. And honestly, the all the answers to my quilt questions were included in the three page documentation that was sent with the quilt.
Some personal quilt background follows. I am the owner of four different quilts made by JRB, yet I have not been convinced to use them as "Underquilts" in my hammock (except for one night). I don't feel that the distribution of insulation is efficient for me when used this way.
Now the Warbonnet quilt could change my belief. I am very impressed with it- in every way. Even the fact that I get to customize the layers, I see this as a plus. (That is despite the fact that it requires hand sewing- a skill I haven't yet developed).
I hope Warbonnet guy finds suitable insulation to keep making his innovative products, so the rest of you can buy one too.