If you are working with standard 44/45" wide fabric, to cover this area you will need 4 yards.
A bolt of cotton fabric for quilting is usually 15 yards; 42"-43" wide. A bolt of fleece fabric is usually 10 yards for licensed fleece fabric, and 10-12 yards for non-licensed fabric.
If your fabric is 60" wide, you'd need 2 & 2/3 yards.
in using 54 inch wide fabric ?
It depends on how wide the fabric is, and how wide the table cloths are. Assuming the width of the fabric is the same as the required width of the table cloths, the answer is 150ft / 2 yards = 50 yards/2 yards = 25
1.75 yards of fabric
If you use 60" wide fabric, you'll need approximately 8 yards.
You need 8 yds.
How many yards of fabric do I need if it's 36" wide or 45" wide. How else do you want me t to say it You have not answered that question
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Depending on the shirt size it will vary between 45 inches wide to 60 inches wide.
With fabric 54" wide for every two yards you will get 4 of the runners. You are going to have fabric waste and will end up with enough for 16 runners but you have to buy 8 yards to get at the least your 13 runners because of the 72" length
Fabric is usually either 45" or 54" width (depends on the bolt), and one yard is 36" length. So 0.50 yards of fabric is either: 18" length x 45" wide OR 18" length x 54" wide
The answer depends on the width of the fabric which has not bee mentioned. There are a number of standard widths.
I just bought some fabric to cover a glider rocker and ottoman and i bought 2 1/2 yds of 56" wide fabric. You could get away with buying 2 1/4 yds of 54"-56" wide fabric.
The average futon is five feet long. There are two sides, plus extra for the ends. This means that you will need at least 3 yards of 60 inch wide fabric for a small futon cover.
120 centimeters = 47 inches. One bolt of fabric is either 44 or 54 inches wide, so there are 2 possibilities:A bolt of 44" x 47" = 1.2 yards x 1.3 yardsA bolt of 54" x 47" = 1.5 yards x 1.3 yards
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60 inches is equal to 5/3 yards. 70 divided by 5/3 is the same as 70 x 3/5=14x3=42 yards
One yard of fabric is 36" long, and varies in width. If you have 45" wide fabric, you need 22" of fabric (less than one yard). The fabric store can help you with that.
It should be about 11 yards of 36 inch wide fabric.
I need to convert 24 Inches Wide by 50 Yards to Square Feet Each
Depends on how wide the bolt of fabric is. A "yard" of fabric will always be three feet long, but it may be varyingly wide.
1 1/2 yards x 2 2/3 yards If a pattern calls for a certain yardage, it is referring to the width, so if you need 2 2/3 yards, this roll will suffice. A standard roll width is 45", so you will have a bit extra.