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    O Degrees and Below

    I would like to here what people think about Quilt Stacking for those cold winter hangs. Do we layer with 2 quilts or one 0 degree overstuffed top and under quilt.

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    If you tweak one of the suspension sets to be a bit longer/attach it a bit differently, stacking can definitely work well. Just need to make sure that one doesn't compress the other. Stacking a pad and then underquilt is also effective for lots of folks.

    LeighLo has a decent video discussing stacking principles. Scoll mid-page to the Stacking UQs for Deep Winter video.
    http://www.hammockquilts.com/apps/videos/
    Brian
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