A king sized blanket can be made with three to six yards of fabric depending on the width of the fabric. A 60 inch width fabric will take less yardage than a 44 inch width.
The amount of fabric that is needed to make a king size bedspread is between 10 and 14 yards. Quilted bedspreads require a bit more fabric than other bedspreads.
Using an embroidery hoop to secure the fabric, one can make a simple canopy drape to hang over a twin size bed with about six yards of fabric. To make a fuller, more elaborate canopy for a queen or king size bed can take as much as 24 yards of fabric.
A standard amount of fabric for King Size would probably be around 91⁄4 yards. That can vary depending on how tightly you want it ruffled, and the width of the fabric.
How many yards of fabric does it take to make a 72" diameter table cloth
the yardage needed for a full size duvet is approximately 5-1/2 to 6 yards of 54" fabric. how much fabric is needed to make a king size bed duvet?
Hi, I just came back from the fabric district yesterday. I got some material to make a duvet for my daughter's king size bed. You need 11 yards according to an employee at Michael Levine's in Los Angeles.
This depends on the pattern you are using. If you are not piecing the quilt top and you are using one whole piece of fabric, you will need: -8 yards for the front -8 yards for the back -100" x 92" of batting (you can also buy a king sized package of batting) -about a yard of fabric for the binding (5/8yd for 2" binding strips)
4/10 or 2/5.
That depends on what you want to make. Or do you mean how many yards of fabric are in 12 feet of fabric? If that's what you mean, the answer is 12 feet is equal to 4 yards.
How much fabric is needed to make a twin size bed skirt depends on the type of skirt that you want. You will need four yards of fabric for a tailored skirt. You will need six yards of fabric for a boxed pleated skirt, and you will need eight yards of fabric for a shirred skirt.
To make a 60" round tablecloth, you must first select the fabric desired. Fabric comes in widths, 36", 48" 60". If you buy 60" fabric, you would need 1 2/3 yards, if the fabric is 45" you will need double the length or3 1/3 yards.