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    Senior Member Slo's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Papi View Post
    tell adam you want the "big papi" cut.
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    how much extra room should you allow? If you measure your "girth" at lets say 46" how much wider would you want the quilt?

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    I'm gonna have to second Adam's custom quilts. I have a long winter burrow on it's way and am itching to get it and cant wait. But which ever way you go all the vendors on this site make excellent products its just which one works for you best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuskyHiker View Post
    how much extra room should you allow? If you measure your "girth" at lets say 46" how much wider would you want the quilt?
    you want the edges of your top quilt to extend down past where your under quilt comes up to. I would say you probably want a couple of inches in overlap.

    So if you are laying in your hammock, and your under quilt to the top of your shoulders, then your top quilt should probably reach the bottom of your shoulders.

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    I like my Wilderness Logics King Size TQ. It is more coverage than I will ever need. Tested it out last weekend, and I was really warm. You cant beat that price with all of the extras too. They gave me a stuff sack and a loose storage bag that comes standard on all of their quilts. I almost forgot about the free shipping too!!!

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    Another vote for Hammock Gear.

    I don't know how big Big Papi's TQ might be, but late last year Adam made me one that is about 55" wide. And I am similar in size to you, but smaller than Big Papi. I believe that the width could be nearly 60" using the full width of material.

    Oh, yeah - Mine was a 3-S Burrow.

    Jim

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    I'm ordering a custom Burrow from Adam, 55"x86". So, yet another vote for Hammock Gear.

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