Take your backing length measurement and multiply it by the number of WOFs you need. 74″ x 2 = 148″ This is how many inches of fabric you need. Now, divide that number by 36″ to get how much yardage you need. Round up to the nearest ¼ yard and you get 4 ¼ yards.
How much fabric do I need for a quilt backing?
The quilt backing needs to be larger than the quilt top to allow extra for fabric that is taken up during quilting and for stabilization when using a quilting frame. Always add 8″ to both the length and width measurements so you have an extra 4″ of fabric all around. Trim off the selvage of all backing fabrics.
How many yards of fabric do I need for backing?
The amount of yardage needed is rounded up to the nearest eighth of a yard. For example, suppose the backing you need for a quilt is 52 inches wide by 96 inches long and the fabric you wish to use for the backing is on a bolt of fabric whose width is 43 inches. The yardage required is 5 1/3 yards.
How much material do I need for the backing of a queen size quilt?
The total yardage needed for a queen size quilt varies with the pattern and fabric used. A standard queen size quilt that is 88 inches wide and 96 inches long takes about 8 yards of fabric for the front of the quilt and another 8 yards of fabric for the back of the quilt, depending on the pattern and fabric you choose.
How many yards do I need for a twin quilt backing?
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 do I figure out how many yards of fabric I need for a quilt?
A yard of fabric is 36 inches long, so divide the length of fabric required, 11-5/8 inches, by 36 inches. The answer is 0.32 yard (refer to the decimal conversion above if necessary). Bump up the yardage to compensate for errors or shrinkage during pre-wash—in this case, 1/2 yard.
How many yards of fabric do I need for a 108 queen size quilt?
If you purchase two yards of 108″ wide backing at $17.99, your total is $35.98. That is a savings of over 50% or $35. Bonus, you will have enough fabric for your binding. The average queen-size quilt (84″ by 92″) will require 7.5 yards of backing and .
How do you make the backing for a quilt?
Quilt backing is the bottom layer of a quilt sandwich. They can be made from large cuts of coordinating fabric (such as 44″-wide quilting cotton ) that are stitched together to fit your quilt, or they can be cut down from 90″ or 108″ cuts of quilting cotton that are specially designed for backing large projects.
How many yards of fabric do I need for a queen size comforter?
Based on a standard queen comforter size of 90 inches wide by 95 inches long, you need a bare minimum of 11 yards, but 12 yards adds extra for straightening the fabric. Purchase an additional one to two yards if the fabric has a pattern or stripes you must match.
How many fat quarters do I need for a queen size quilt?
I printed these out on cardstock and use them all the time. I recently read that it takes about 30 fat quarters for a queen sized quilt and 40 for a king sized quilt; not sure about the double size, but I’d guess 20 or so since the above is increased by 10. A full sized quilt is about 81 X 88 inches.