Thats awesome, a reply from the man who made my quilt!
Thats right I do remember you saying that during our correspondence pre-order. I will be sure to let you know as soon as I find out. I am waiting on a coghlans digital thermometer to come in so I can record and get some statistics.
Jrprince - I would like to tell you that I have used the under quilt multiple times in temperatures ranging 40's - 60's (I dont see the need for one any warmer than 60's) and it is wonderful! After I got over the learning curve, set up was very easy. I really like the shock cord on the left side that connects to the hammock pull out so it covers my left shoulder better and helps prevent sliding. The craftsmanship is top notch. When I got it I looked it over and found no flaws. Plus, the customer service is excellent, TeWa took the time to answer my noob questions, and this thread. Pretty awesome stuff.
Its very light weight and packs down super small. On my scale the quilt and stuff sack weighed 10.1 ounces. Hek yes. I am also short so the 3/4 covers my shoulders to my ankles (for once I was happy about being so short lol!) My friends all marveled at it and they are getting ready to ditch their pads and get an underquilt - this all after I got them in to hammock camping. Pretty soon their wallets are gonna hate me and they may not want to hang out any more xP
When I get a chance I will be sure to update you folks on it. Thanks for the replies.
I am willing to bet with the breeze and a CCF or therm-a-rest I can get to mid 20's.
"In seed time learn, in harvest teach, in winter enjoy." -D'Signore's, Tide Mill Farm, Edmunds, Maine.