Q: What is the length of a tablecloth?

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To find the correct size table linens you have to start with shape: square, oval, oblong, or round. Then you must measure the table and account for drop on the sides. Using this formula should give you an estimated size: Length of table + (desired dropx2)=tablecloth length. Width of table + (desired drop x2 ) = tablecloth width.

5 + 5 + 8 + 8 = 26 She needs 26 feet of lace.

A 4 x 8 tablecloth would be suitable.

One can buy a 90 inch round tablecloth online when one goes to the website of Linen Tablecloth. Price starts at $10. The most expensive one is only $20.

The basic difference between oblong and oval is the shape at the short end. i.e. An oval is rounded at the short end and straight in the middle. To draw them it can be represented as [] =oblong (rectangular) & 0 =oval A true oval tapers to the ends, while an oblong shape has parallel sides (an oblong is an extended square or circle). So if your intent is to put a tablecloth on a round table after adding leaves, an oblong tablecloth would be best. An oval tablecloth of the right length might not be wide enough at some points, and the problem gets worse as you add more leaves. That said, the tablecloth sellers I looked at online all make their "oblong" tablecloths as rectangles, not elongated circles. If you want an elongated circle, to provide even overhangs on a circle with leaves, use a custom tablecloth site. Here is a table linens size chart that may be of some help. http://www.TableclothsForLess.com/tablecloth-sizes.html

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The area of a tablecloth is determined by multiplying its length by its width. The formula for calculating the area of a rectangle (which a tablecloth typically resembles) is length x width = area.

For a Rectangle table: Measure the width and length of your table, then subtract those numbers from the width and length of the tablecloth and then divide by 2. For a Round table: Measure your table at its widest, then subtract from the tablecloth diameter and then divide by 2. Example: Your table is a 60" round. The tablecloth is a 90" round. 90"-60"=30" 30" divided by 2=15" 15" the drop around the table!

Yes, a tablecloth that is 155 cm long will cover a table that is 1.6 m long. Since 1 meter is equal to 100 centimeters, the table is 160 cm long. Therefore, the tablecloth will fully cover the table with some extra length.

Length of edging required = Circumference of tablecloth = pi*diameter = pi*1 metres = pi metres. So approx 3.1416 metres.

1 of 5 Measure the diameter of your table. 2 of 5 Add the diameter of the table to twice the table's height if you want a floor-length tablecloth. 3 of 5 Add the diameter of the table to twice the desired length if you want a shorter tablecloth. (Measure the distance from the edge of the table to the desired length.) 4 of 5 Add 1 1/2 inches to your measurements to allow for a 3/4-inch hem around the bottom of the tablecloth. 5 of 5 Use this figure for both length and width of the material you will need.

A drop is seldom consistent around the entire table with a standard tablecloth, because there are so many different size tables and only a few standard tablecloth sizes. This is not a problem so long as the cloth does not look skimpy or lopsided...it should work just fine!

A length of approx 18.85 feet.

There are two solutions.First, just cut your round tablecloth out of a length of fabric, and throw away the waste corners.Second, make a number of triangles (6 to 10), long thin wedges each one sixth (tenth) of the circumference at the sort end, and the length of the wedge being the radius of your table. sew them together to make your circular tablecloth out of the wedges, and trim off the surplus.And all possible answers will need you to assume a particular width for the cloth.

"A Lenox tablecloth is, simply, a tablecloth manufactured by tableware brand Lenox. They are premium, made of linen, and sold at department stores such as Macy's."

To find the correct size table linens you have to start with shape: square, oval, oblong, or round. Then you must measure the table and account for drop on the sides. Using this formula should give you an estimated size: Length of table + (desired dropx2)=tablecloth length. Width of table + (desired drop x2 ) = tablecloth width.

5 + 5 + 8 + 8 = 26 She needs 26 feet of lace.

A 4 x 8 tablecloth would be suitable.