Q: How many 10x10 inch squares in a yard of fabric?

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The answer will depend on the width of the fabric as well as the units used for 10x10. It should be blindingly obvious to anybody that the answers for 10 inch x 10 inch will be quite different to 10 cm x 10 cm.

18 10x10-inch tiles.

One square yard of fabric is 36 by 36 inches. 100 10 by 10 inch squares would be equal to 1000 by 1000 inches. 1000/36 is just under 28, so you would need 28 square yards of fabric.

The answer depends on the shape of the 9 square foot piece of fabric. If the piece is 36 feet x 3 inches, for example, you will not get a single 5 inch square from it.

1,512 16-inch squares.

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Before that can be answered there are couple of questions that need to be asked. Are the 10 x 10 inch squares the finished size or is that including a seam allowance? What is the width of your fabric?

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The answer will depend on the width of the fabric as well as the units used for 10x10. It should be blindingly obvious to anybody that the answers for 10 inch x 10 inch will be quite different to 10 cm x 10 cm.

44

10x10 Squares...

100

18 10x10-inch tiles.

One square yard of fabric is 36 by 36 inches. 100 10 by 10 inch squares would be equal to 1000 by 1000 inches. 1000/36 is just under 28, so you would need 28 square yards of fabric.

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If the fabric is 44 inches wide and 36 inches long (one yard), you will get a maximum of 4 x 3 or 12 10-inch squares.

The answer depends on the shape of the 9 square foot piece of fabric. If the piece is 36 feet x 3 inches, for example, you will not get a single 5 inch square from it.

144 1-inch squares. 36 2-inch squares.