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You need 3 yards. 84 inches is 7 feet..one yard is 3 feet so order 3 yards

for one panel...for 2 panels order 6 yards

Q: How many yards of fabric for Tab Top Curtain Panel 84 inches Long?

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102 inches by 108 inches is exactly 8.5 square yards.

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It depends on a lot of information that you haven't provided. So, I will make some assumptions and you can see how I calculate it and make any changes you need if my assumptions are wrong. Assumptions: 1)Your window is 33 inches wide by 63.5 inches tall? 2)The width of your fabric is too short to go the long way on your curtains. 3) If you position the fabric with the yardage you buy going up and down (vertically), the pattern on the fabric will be upright. 3)You want to make your curtains, so when they open the entire window is exposed. That means that you must place your curtain rod a good 6 inches beyond either edge of your window trim. 4) When you make your curtains, you want to gather the top in folds. This means you need 1 1/2 times the actual width of the curtain rod. So... you need 33 inches plus 6 inches plus 6 inches (for the sides) = 45 inches total width after you gather the tops in folds & a small 1" hem on each side. And ... you need 1 1/2 times that or 66.5 inches across the top for both curtains or 33.25 inches across the top for one curtain (2 per window ... they open in the middle, right?) You should add 2 more inches for a small hem on each side of the curtain, so 35.25 So... we will also assume that the width of the fabric you are buying is wide enough for one curtain the short way on the window. Therefore, we will need to buy yardage for the long length of the window plus a bit to go below the window plus for hems at the top and bottom times 2. So... yardage to buy 63.5 + 10 inches for a double fold (5") at the top + 3" hem at the bottom + 4" extra for the curtain to go below the window = 70.5 inches And you need two curtains for a window so, times 2 = 141 inches or about 12 feet or 4 yards. ANSWER: 4 yards

To cover it, about 3 and 1/2. Get four.

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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Remember this: 12 Inches = 1 Foot 3 Feet = 1 Yard 36 Inches = 1 Yard 64 inches Ã· 36 inches/yard = 1 Yard 28 inches 72 inches Ã· 36 inches/yard = 2 Yards 0 inches So you'd need 4 yards of fabric for a curtain 64 in. x 72 in.

About 11-12 yards

There are 110.5 yards of fabric for 102 by 39 inches. 1 yard is equivalent to 36 inches.

There are 36 inches in one yard, so 108/36 = 3 yards, therefore Francine need another 9 yards of fabric.

102 inches by 108 inches is exactly 8.5 square yards.

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1.75 yards of fabric

to answer this question properly i would need to know what the pattern repeat on the fabric is and what style of heading you have chosen as the ammount will greatly vary according to those things. If you were having basic pencil pleat heading and a plain fabric (using fabric of a standard 54"width) you would need to use 1 and a half widths of fabric in each curtain making a total of 3 widths. Add 10" for hems to you r drop, making 58", multiply that by your number of widths. We work in metres here which you would need 4.5 metres which i think in yards is (rounded up) 5 yards. If you had a patterned fabric you may need more to match the patterns.

One yard of fabric is 36 inches. Bolts come in two sizes: 44 inches, and 54 inches. If you need a piece of fabric that is 29 inches x 53 inches, you'll need 29 inches of fabric, or 7/8 of a yard.

The area of a rectangle 12 inches by 12 yards is 5184 square inches, since 12 inches * 12 yards * 36 inches/yard = 5184 square inches.

To convert feet to yards, divide by 3. Therefore, you would need 4 yards of fabric (12 feet divided by 3 feet per yard).

Area of first piece = 5 yards * 60 inches = 300 inch-yards Suppose length of equivalent area of 57" fabric is x yards then x*57 = 300 or x = 300/57 = 5.26 yards (approx).