What Are the Dimensions of a Yard of Fabric?

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In inches, a yard of fabric is 36 inches long by 44 inches wide. The width can change depending on the size of the bolt of fabric. Upholstery fabric is commonly on a longer bolt, so dimensions would be larger in terms of width.
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