How many inches in a fabric yard?

Answer 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 »

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How many yards of fabric do I need for 9 panels 72 inches wide by 64 inches high?

You need to provide more information about the fabric, specifically the width of the goods and the direction of the pattern. That's the short and unsatisfying answer. The long answer: IF the pa... Read More »

How big is a yard of fabric?

How big a yard of fabric is--its area--is determined by multiplying its length (36 inches, or 1 yard) by its width. Standard fabric widths are 36, 45, 60 and 120 inches. Therefore the area of a yar... Read More »

What size is one yard of fabric?

One yard of fabric measures 36 inches in length. The width of a one-yard piece varies based upon the size of the bolt, or roll of material, from which the fabric was cut. Based upon standard bolt ... Read More »

What is the measurement of a fabric yard?

A fabric yard measures 36 inches long off of the bolt. Fabric width varies by bolt, but the modern quilting cottons range from 42 to 44 inches, depending on the fabric's type.References:Love to Sew... Read More »