What is the Size of a Yard of Fabric?

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A yard of fabric is thirty six inches long. Depending on the bolt it will be either forty five or sixty inches wide. The end of the bolt of fabric you are buying will tell the width.
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A yard is usually 36 inches, or 3 feet. How much a yard of fabric is also depends on how long the bolt is. Most fabrics are about 40 to 44 inches wide. The yard is measured in length
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Two lengths of 60 inch fabric will be sufficient to make a comforter. You will split the second length of fabric lengthwise and sew it onto the sides. Two lengths of fabric would
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about 3 or 31/2 yards. It is about 41/2 maybe more for a longer dress.
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I think that it's impossible to generalize for these reasons, and that you're better off reading the yardage recommendations on the pattern: Dresses are VASTLY different: a short
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