What is a linear yard?


A linear yard is a unit of measurement used in measuring a line. It is the basic yard used for distance but is however not a measurement of length. A linear yard is a yard with just one dimension, other types of yards are cubic yards and square yards.
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A linear yard of fabric is 36' wide. It is also 61' long. This equals about 3 feet wide, by a little over 5 feet long. This is quite a bit of fabric, depending on what you are wanting to do.
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