As my sewing skills slowly but surely improve, I may tackle making a down quilt. Seems like sewn through baffles or chambers aren't that recommended because of cold spots, and perhaps I don't understand it well enough but baffle boxes strike me as difficult (haven't actually seen what it looks like inside).
So was thinking of alternatives. Was thinking of doing sew through, leaving a side open and before putting down in, putting thinnish strips of Apex over the seams and light weight fabric on top of that, sew to the side, and then down the rest of the seam-Apex/fabric strips heat bond it on, stopping at the open side, which after the down is put in will be sewed through.
The idea is to maximize warmth at lowish weight, while still being relatively easy to do. The strips of Apex and extra fabric don't have to be that wide.
Inefficient idea? Is it just easier to do traditional internal baffles with mesh etc?