I am planning to add 2-3 oz of overfill to my Ultra 20.
There are 3 parts to each baffle on the Ultra 20 - 2 sides (approx 12 in each) and the center (approx 26 in) to stop down from shifting. My Ultra 20 came well stuffed through the side chambers of each baffle but a bit understuffed in the center chambers. As well I always have hot feet and thus don't want to add any fill in the footbox. Therefore, the plan is to add 2-3 oz of down to the center chamber of each baffle aside from those in the footbox.
Has anyone tried something similar with this quilt (or have any links to someone that has)?
The only thread that I could find regarding opening up the Ultra 20 left the question undecided -
As I said, there are 3 parts to each baffle on the Ultra 20 - 2 sides (approx 12 in each) and the center (approx 26 in). My question is whether opening up the stitching at the junction where the side part of the baffle meets the center part of the baffle is feasible and if so, if this is a better option than just making a small hotknife slit in each baffle and then resewing the hole?
My sewing experience is limited (a few floored bug net inners, etc) so I'd like to stay away from anything ultra technical, but I'm definitely up for a challenge if pulling it apart at a seam appears to be doable.
Thanks in advance for your help.