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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh-No View Post
    Have you tried tucking with your hands under the quilt?
    Thats what I do, and have no problems with drafts.
    When side sleeping, tucking over the top shoulder requires
    a bit of arm contortion but it's not too bad.
    Ditto for me...

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    If a quilt has a connector of some type at the top, and a draw string, life is much easier draft wise, I have found. Just pull the quilt over your head like you would a sweater, roll a little to one side and let it fall behind one shoulder, repeat, tighten draw string if needed. I find that is very helpful as a draft fighter.
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    i feel the same way bb, never needed a closure at the top, but found if i just tighten the drawstring, the top edge cups my shoulders enough to make a big difference

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    Quote Originally Posted by warbonnetguy View Post
    i feel the same way bb, never needed a closure at the top, but found if i just tighten the drawstring, the top edge cups my shoulders enough to make a big difference
    That is what works for me too ...... I like a bit of wrestling about as it warms me.....
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