I just bought the last puffer in Mishawaka, IN for $5.
And ordered 2 more online. Can't decide whether to try to make a top quilt or under quilt.
I finished the sewing of this project a while a go, but just got around to adding 3/32 shock cord to the sides. Since this is my first UQ, can anyone provide some tips on where to attach (s-hook, triangle thingy, etc). Also, I didnt run shock cord on the ends as I didnt add grossgrain there as the factory edge looked decent enough.
I am at the same juncture you are at. I simply have it attached at the hammock ends. I used 1/8" at the sides and 3/32 to gather the ends to help cinch the draft collars.
Soon as I get a non-windy day (hopefully tomorrow), I plan on setting everything up, seam sealing my tarp, and getting some pictures to share the culmination of all my projects to date. (UQ, Tarp, Bugnet, Suspension)
I finished the first of 4 planned UQ's last week. It looks real nice and went together like a dream. I tested it at hang with lows of 35 and was rather chilly then added a single ply of reflectix to get me through the night. For the weather here I don't these are the way to go. Fun project though. Might sell my stash in the near future.
Directionally challenged...comicly so.
Thanks to all the Vendors that supported the 5th annual Hoosier Hang gear drawing!
Dutchware, 2QZQ, Hammeck, UGQ,and Zpacks
Happy Trails to one and all.
Enjoy the outdoors wisely and elevate your perspective.
Modified Penny Wood Stove instructional Video-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fPlHqsYy38
Hammock Wheel https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...09#post1035609
Another Really cool JC Penny Puffer instructional- https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...141#post953141
Outside of jacket
-- outter seam to rip through
-- inner seam to rip through
|| Seams that hold the down
Protective cover and inner jacket
I can't take a picture but here is a keyboard drawing.
Bought a couple of the JCP down jackets a few months back @ the $5 clearance price. Going to start working on the UQ for my sleep system here soon. Lots of great ideas to work from...
It's not the glide in the ride, it's the swing in the sling...