I use a small Thermrest sit pad when sitting around the fire & then put the same pad into my sleeping bag (under my feet) when I get into the hammock - toasty feet! The dimensions if the Thermarest are 400 x 300 mm.
Also, I use my UQ as a bit of storage space for my day clothing etc, Nothing too heavy but it's there when you want it first thing in the morning.
My Goodness! just looked at Te-Wa's website but my brain started hurting from the overload of animated menus. What a truly horrible website, I'm not sure I could stand it long enough to place and order.
I really wish they spent more time taking decent pictures and making an accurate description of their product than they do writing useless Java script for their website that only succeeds in making it less user friendly.
Shame because it looks like a decent product, Doesn't really suit my need as I am after a full length quilt.
Now leaning towards the Wilderness Logics full length summer series UQ. The price is much more competitive than the other brands so I am thinking of the the package deal with the Top Quilt. Weight is 963grams for both quilts and at $320 it seems like good value.
Aren't those summer quilts rated to 40degF which is about 4degC? You don't think you'd get an extra 3 or 4 deg from clothing and bag? I'm new to hammocks and have only spent one summer night in one so far so trying to figure out a lot of this quilt stuff myself.