Originally Posted by Karl
Good answers guys, thanks!
Hmmm, In such a case it seems like I should have a closer look at the ground dwelling quilts rather than the dedicated hammocking quilts.
I have a tendency to "spread out" during sleeping, so I would normally put that extra width in a ground dwelling quilt to good use.
I would just make sure you get a quilt that is wide enough. If you get one to narrow, you'll wish you had some extra width when the temps get cold. I have a top quilt from Enlightened Equipment and it is awesome. It would probably be considered a ground dwelling quilt....but i have tons of nights in a hammock with it. Works awesome!!! I think even the hammock specific ones would easily work on the ground if you needed to use it that way. Just get the width that covers you with room to "spread out"