So I'm planning to order a new TQ and UQ within the next few weeks. I assume this question applies more to the TQ than UQ if at all.
Since there has been some great debate about color over the last few days, I have a query.
My question is does color affect performance of a quilt? I know black will draw/absorb heat and while gray or silver will reflect heat and retain less heat. So does color choice affect/effect (sorry, English was not my strongest subject) performance at a TQ or UQ. I would presume if any, it would effect TQ inner fabric and UQ outer fabric the most, but I certainly may be wrong. (Then maybe inner of both may be most crucial...)
I was thinking maybe a black would hold more heat in for TQ but possibly gray or silver would reflect heat back in toward the occupant. I feel like black is best for outside of UQ as it may perhaps draw some heat from sunlight during daylight hours or would one of these colors black or silver/gray be better on inside of UQ to retain warmth or once again reflect back toward the hammock.
Wow once I've sifted through the quilts for the past two months and narrowed those down to a couple of options (both fellow HF members) I'm still finding myself searching for the perfect quilt.
Any thoughts or input is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance for the assistance.