How many yards of fabric does it take to make a blanket?
You can allocate two to four yards of fabric to make a blanket. A small-size blanket like the baby blanket or crib blanket can use a yard for each piece, while the slightly bigger child blanket will need one and a half yards each.
What are the measurements for a twin size quilt?
Standard Quilt Sizes
|Bed Type||Mattress Size (inches)||Comforter 12 in drop|
|Twin||39 x 75||63 x 87|
|Twin XL||39 x 80||63 x 92|
|Full||54 x 75||78 x 87|
|Queen||60 x 80||84 x 92|
How much fabric do I need for a twin size comforter?
To make a bedspread for a twin bed, you’ll need 52/3 yards of fabric 36 to 45 inches wide; for a full-size spread, you’ll need 52/3 yards of 44- or 45-inch fabric. For a king-size spread, buy 87/8 yards of 44- or 45-inch-fabric or 57/8 yards of 54- to 60-inch-wide fabric.
How many yards of fabric do I need for a twin size quilt?
For example, with a 14-inch drop, a twin quilt typically is 70 inches wide and 90 inches long. Seventy multiplied by 90 equals 6,300, plus 20 percent equals 7,560, divided by 1,296 equals 5.8, rounded up is 6. Each of the top and underside requires a minimum of 6 yards of fabric.
How many yards do I need for a queen size quilt backing?
Typically, three horizontal strips of fabric are pieced together to cover a queen-size quilt. For example, if your finished quilt width with allowance is 126 inches, you need 3 1/2 yards of fabric to go across it.