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    Senior Member oldsoldier's Avatar
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    Poncho liner is good. Kifaru Woobie is better-its essentially a poncho liner on steroids. Its my 3 season blanket.

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    Though it's a pretty easy DIY afternoon project, JRB makes a lightweight fleece Quilt Liner that can be used as a standalone light topquilt when it's hot, or will fit inside their (and ostensibly other) top quilts as well for extra warmth when it's real cold.

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    A one layer IX Top Quilt works for temps above 60*F.
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    Neat Sheet (with the weights cut out) or a cheap synthetic sleeping bag liner.

    Lately, I have been laying on top of the neat sheet for bottom insulation and using the bag liner for a top cover if it ever gets cool enough to cover up. Good to about 70 degrees and my back gets cold first.

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    I don't know if they're currently available, but I got a lightweight fleece from Walmart last year for about 4 dollars. I've also seen similar size and material ones at Walgreens although most of those were plaid or animal prints.
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    I made a reversible top quilt with flannel on one side and a satin-ish fabric on the other side. It works pretty well. All fabrics were found in the reduced bin at wally world. Cost was under $8 total.

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