How many feet are in a yard of fabric?

Answer One yard equals 3 feet. Fabric comes in various widths, but the most common are 45 inches and 54 inches, which are 3.75 feet and 4.5 feet, respectively. So a yard of fabric is usually 3 feet by 3.7... Read More »

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How many square feet are in a yard of fabric?

The amount of square feet in a yard of fabric varies based on the width of the bolt from which the fabric is being cut. Fabric widths can vary widely, but common widths are 42 inches and 60 inches.... Read More »

How many feet of fence do I need for a yard 100 feet wide& 120 ft long?

To determine the amount of fencing required, divide the perimeter in feet by the length of fence panels in feet. A lawn 100 feet by 120 feet has a perimeter of 440 feet (100+100+120+120). It requir... Read More »

How many inches in a fabric yard?

Fabric comes on spools that are priced in yards. A fabric yard is 36 inches. Therefore, if you have a craft pattern that requires 108 inches of material, you would need exactly 3 yards of material.... Read More »

How many 5-inch blocks can I get from 1 yard of fabric?

The number of blocks you can get from a yard of fabric depends on the width of the fabric. Two common widths are 45 inches and 60 inches. In theory, you could get 40 blocks from the 45-inch-wide fa... Read More »