First, a few basics to show where I am coming from. Been deer hunting since 1976. Over half the time, out of various tree stands. 47 deer, 40 being antlerless. Currently hunting far N/C MO near Lavonia/Lancaster area along Iowa border. At my age, I no longer feel safe in tree stands. Have tried 6 different ground blinds, none of which I liked. I now hunt from a good solid comfortable fold up chair. I hunt a large field (corn or soybean) along the edge of a heavily traveled wooded corridor, the deer use to get to bedding areas. I need cover! Due to the terrain, natural cover is almost impossible to utilize. I recently purchased 3 types of die cut material to hide behind, Farmland Gold, Cornfield & Forest Floor. I am hoping where ever I set up along this field, one of those should be at least close to whats around me. The material is 12' X 60". I have no clue how to drape this stuff over/ around me. Do any of you have any suggestions? I would consider cutting it up and sewing it to fit, if you think I should. I don't think the circumstances would allow me to just hang it on anything in front of me. I need to be immersed in it. What would you do? Yes, I am aware of the dangers and I can assure you I will have plenty of Blaze Orange hanging within a couple of yards of me. Also, this is on private land, closely watched by the owners.