How Wide Is a Bolt of Fabric?

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The width of bolt of fabric greatly varies. Some are 35 to 35 inches wide. Others are 39 inches, 50 inches, 108 inches, and many other width sizes.
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The amount and width of the fabric on a bolt of fabric completely depends on the manufacturer of the fabric. Bolts of fabric hold anywhere from 42 to 50 inches wide of fabric.
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There are about 3 common widths for bolts of fabric: 36"44-45" and 54" Most apparel fabrics, calico, quilting fabric, etc. will be 44-45" wide (and folded in half
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It can be 42, 43, 44, 48 or even 50 inches wide; depending on the manufacturer
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A bolt of fabric is equal to one hundred yards. This would be the same as three hundred feet. It could also be calculated as thirty six hundred inches, although I doubt you want to
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The amount and width of the fabric on a bolt of fabric completely depends on the manufacturer of the fabric. Bolts of fabric hold anywhere from 42 to 50 inches ...
The amount and width of the fabric on a bolt of fabric completely depends on the manufacturer of the fabric. Bolts of fabric hold anywhere from 42 to 50 inches ...
The amount and width of the fabric on a bolt of fabric completely depends on the manufacturer of the fabric. Bolts of fabric hold anywhere from 42 to 50 inches ...
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