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    0 deg underquilt project

    SOLD PENDING FUNDS .

    I have a Underquilts.com 3/4 underquilt shell and 15oz. of 850 fil down from Wilderness Logics along with 20 ft of shock cord and 4 mitten hooks and cord locks that I won't be using. I had hoped I could diy this thing but my sewing skills are lacking. This should easily take you to 0 deg. once finished.

    $125.00 plus actual shipping and PP fees, this is well over $50 in savings
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    Would you be willing to sell any of the down by the ounce? Looking for some to make a much much smaller summer underquilt.
    In the words of the Great Mackey, "Never lose your elevation!"

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    I would rather not, you can easily get it by the ounce from WL directly.

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    Interested... What is the baffle height of the underquilt? I can't seem to find that dimension on the referenced website.


    Thanks

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    They are 3" baffles and the quilt shell measures 55X45.

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    I'll pass, was hoping for 2" baffles and the current 60" length.

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    Just out of curiosity, did you do ANY sewing on it?

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    No I didn't thank goodness. I tried my hand at a it on some spare sill and realized I won't be happy with my abilities to finish this quilt like I would want it to be.

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    I have permission from the wife, so I'll take this!

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