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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamboy View Post
    She came in today. It is awesome and such fine work! Stitches are so straight and consistent. The overall quality is awesome. It will fit perfectly as part of my cold weather system and deep winter layered quilt setup.

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    Looks great! I like the colors choices. Enjoy!
    btw, what synthetic quilt is that? E.E.?

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    Yes that is an E.E. Revelation (formally synthetic prodigy 40F). I sent George some of the clips that EE uses instead of the D rings for his quilt so that I could mate both quilts with the EE layer straps I like. Another reason I went with Loco Libre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamboy View Post
    Yes that is an E.E. Revelation (formally synthetic prodigy 40F). I sent George some of the clips that EE uses instead of the D rings for his quilt so that I could mate both quilts with the EE layer straps I like. Another reason I went with Loco Libre.
    Smart! That EE pad attachment system is really nice, too. It's great that George could accommodate you on that request.

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    Yup, still waiting for my order from Oct 22. While it's not necessarily difficult to wait for something, it sure seems...hard.

    10° Jungle Pepper Underquilt for the Clark Hammock

    Model: NX-270,

    Size: 80" - 800 fill power Downtek Duck Down

    Outer Color: Fallen Leaves 15D

    Inner Color: Burnt Orange Argon 90

    Outer Stitching Color: Orange

    Inner Stitching Color: Orange

    Extra down: 2 ounces 800 fill power Downtek duck down
    Preferring HUGE tracts of land since 1983

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooseprime View Post
    Yup, still waiting for my order from Oct 22. While it's not necessarily difficult to wait for something, it sure seems...hard.

    10° Jungle Pepper Underquilt for the Clark Hammock

    Model: NX-270,

    Size: 80" - 800 fill power Downtek Duck Down

    Outer Color: Fallen Leaves 15D

    Inner Color: Burnt Orange Argon 90

    Outer Stitching Color: Orange

    Inner Stitching Color: Orange

    Extra down: 2 ounces 800 fill power Downtek duck down
    Yours is heading out tomorrow morning. Unfortunately fedex screwed up my last down delivery and the 800 took 2 1/2 weeks to get here. It's frustrating to watch your order get rescheduled every day, and it moves further away each time. After 6 days in north jersey I placed a very nice, polite phone call, and viola, it came the next day.

    For anyone concerned, we fell behind the beginning of the month due to illness, but we are only 6 quilts off from being back on our 6 week lead time.

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    Quality is worth waiting for

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    Just pulled the trigger on a TQ and UQ from LLG about 15 minutes ago. 7 Week lead time. Was 6 the other day but I'm a procrastinator lol! Going to be worth it come some time in February. I got a Ridge Reaper 0 degree UQ in a Forest green with black inside, a 0 degree Ghost Pepper TQ in forest green outside and black inside. Sewn foot box. All max over stuffed with the goose down. So excited!
    Into the forest I go, to lose my mind and find my soul

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