Nicely done Jeremy! No doubt that'll be a quilt that'll last you many, many hangs.
Looking forward to seeing it live next time we hike/hang.
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those are some good looking draft colors on a great looking quilt. Jeremy has been an example and inspiration to me when it comes to DIY hammocking. it was my pleasure to have the opportunity to give back a little when he called and asked for an extra pair of eyes and hands. I also brought my DIY tarp, which was based on his, and my recently completed underquilt along for his inspection. it is funny to compare our gear because his is advanced and ultralight weight, while mine is obviously beginner/amateurish and based on car camping convenience.
next project, a topquilt for my son.
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Nice Jeremy I love the draft collar. I now see about what you mean you string it tight. You do need metal ones hangers
That UQ makes a backwoods statement....and very Halloweeny as well.
Truly mighty fine.
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That is one sweet quilt FIMB! Maybe tonight up here in the mountains would be a good night to check out its obvious warmth factor
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That is absolutely beautiful.....or should I be telling you, That is absolutely handsome!!! Great job!!
Well...ahem...Thank you there, DivaB. I appreciate the compliment.
**** thats sweet looking.