Reading through every old post I can find on differential cut UQs, and just can't seem to wrap my head around how to do this. From what I can tell, there are two (simplified) ways to proceed:
1. Pin (inner layer) material to hammock filled to a capacity similar to what it would be if I were in it. Pin darts to head and foot end of material such that material is snug to underside of hammock. Remove material, sew darts. Cut outer shell to same original (pre-dart) width and length of inner shell, sew baffles to each of inner and outer shell at same width, sew 3 edges, stuff, close, finish.
2. Engage in sweet sweet facy math ala Meteor's spreadsheet (http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=38134, no darts to either layer except enough to hem/align edges of material, baffle spacing differs based on respective lengths/widths of inner/outer shell, but sew/stuff as in option 1.
Is this substantially correct, or am I missing something?
By the way, I fully plan to make a video of my efforts sewing this monstrosity, if for nothing else than to provide you all with scoffing material....