How many 5' squares does it take to make a queen size quilt?

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A queen size quilt is 90 inches by 106 inches. So you would need 18 - 5' squares across to cover the 90 inches allowing for seam allowances for each square. Your squares would have to a finished 5'. For the length you would need 21 - 5' squares.
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